Management of Technology (M.S. MOT)
Basic Degree Information/Description
The MOT Program provides students with skills and experience through innovative coursework and puts students on the front tier of business knowledge. Classes provide a living laboratory for solving Management of Technology challenges with team projects forming an essential component. Students learn from each other by sharing their professional experiences and expertise. Small class size and class interaction provide networks for the future.
Why pursue an M.S. in Management of Technology at UTSA?
The Master of Science in Management of Technology (M.S. MOT) differs significantly from both the M.B.A. and the M.B.A. with a concentration in Management of Technology. The M.S. MOT has two tracks: The first, Leading Technological Change, focuses on leadership issues and skills required to stimulate and manage technological innovation and creativity; the second, Technology Entrepreneurship, focuses on helping entrepreneurs to bring valuable technological ideas, goods, and services to the marketplace. Courses may be available through distance learning as well as at Southwest Research Institute.
The M.S. MOT degree is an interdisciplinary degree involving faculty from the College of Business and the College of Engineering. This alliance places the MOT program on the cutting edge of Management of Technology and provides the broader view needed for technological leadership.
- Students must complete 33 semester credit hours and a comprehensive examination.
- For a complete list of degree requirements please see the Graduate Catalog.
Course Scheduling and Offerings:
To meet the needs of busy professional, classes are offered in the evenings. Distance Learning provides students with the opportunity to participate in the learning process off-site. Based on six credits a semester, a Master of Science in management of technology can be completed in 2 years.