Successful managers need to keep up with the seemingly non-stop pace of technological advances to spot fads from worthwhile investments and get the most out of the technology they implement. The NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering’s Management of Technology master’s program will teach you how to be such a manager and leader. You’ll learn how to work with people, processes and tools to best utilize technologies with accelerated product life cycles, seek innovation from diverse sources, and compete globally. And most importantly you'll increase your knowledge to be able to work on what you like and have fun doing it.
From small businesses using tablets to collect payments, to media companies staying relevant with apps, there isn’t an organization around today that doesn’t rely on technology to better serve its customers and boost its bottom line.
New York City has finally arrived as the Silicon Valley of America’s East Coast: a thriving start-up culture is attracting stand-out engineers and creative talent. At the same time, the industries that have traditionally dominated NYC — media, real estate, finance — are rapidly becoming more tech oriented. Our Manhattan location puts you in the center of this exciting mix and connects you to the people behind it.
Considered one of New York City’s most wired buildings, the New York Information Technology Center is home to the School of Engineering’s Manhattan location. Participants work in executive style classrooms in the Global Digital Sandbox, a well-known meeting area for tech events.
An MBA will surely give you a solid foundation in business fundamentals, but will it give you the insights to manage ever-more tech-centered enterprises?
The School of Engineering’s MOT program pairs MBA essentials with the complex decision-making skills required of successful technology managers.
Advantages of MOT over a generic MBA:
The MS MOT Program is designed to match the lifestyles of working professionals and full and part-time students. Courses are offered in the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters. Flexible schedules enable professionals to work, study and spend quality time with friends and family.
Cohort-based program for professionals with three or more years of professional experience
The MOT program offers a full and part-time format designed for professionals as well as recent graduates
MOT graduates are connected through the School of Engineering’s alumni network, whose more than 38,000 members worldwide include over 1,000 CEOs or principals of major corporations. Not only will you be connected to our talented alumni network upon graduation, but you’ll also work alongside these professionals during your studies.