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6 Reasons to Choose the Mason Tech Management Program

As you determine which tech management program fits your needs best, there are important factors to consider including certifications, business network, type of learning, location, career services and student programs.

Take a look below for a list of 6 reasons why you should choose the Mason Tech Management program for your IT masters degree.

The Mason Technology Management Program Experience

  1. CIO Certificate

Our curriculum is tied to well-established CIO core competencies. As such, you will graduate with your master’s degree but also a CIO certificate. The credentials and skills you acquire in the program will set you apart from others in the workplace and put you on a trajectory toward a senior leadership role.

  1. High-Caliber Peers & Deep Business Connections

One of the best aspects of the Mason MS in Technology Management program is the opportunity to learn from other IT professionals—and forge friendships that will last a lifetime. Throughout the program, you take all classes within your cohort consisting of 25-40 colleagues. You immediately form a network of business professionals you can rely on for help within the classroom and in a professional capacity upon graduating.

Our program is also entrenched in the global IT community with industry partners including the International Academy of CIO and International Telecommunication Union.

  1. Experiential Learning

You will engage in an intensive global residency as well as attend the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES). These trips give you a behind the scenes look at contemporary IT business issues. Students often rate their residency as one of the most impactful experiences of their program.

You will also complete a capstone project in which you form a small project team with classmates and serve as consultants to address a major IT challenge of an organization. This is not a theoretical capstone; you will work closely with company executives to gather information and present your recommendations.

  1. Convenient Location

On-site classes are held at our Arlington campus conveniently located near the Virginia Square Metro station (Orange & Silver lines) and are augmented with online learning. Our classrooms feature the latest multimedia technology and other modern amenities. We also offer a lecture theater, office facilities, break out rooms, and a graduate student lounge.

  1. Lifetime Professional Development

You benefit from a dedicated career management staff that offers individualized career consulting, employment and networking opportunities, and online resources. Our strong relationships with the business community affords you a variety of opportunities to connect with and gain valuable insights from area business professionals. As a School of Business alumni, you retain lifetime access to our career consulting staff.

  1. Student-Centered Program Services

Our program team realizes that you have many responsibilities at both work and home, and they are committed to helping you achieve a quality balance during the time you spend in the program. We register you for classes. On class days, we provide breakfast and lunch, as well as breaks. In short, we provide the support you need to successfully manage the many demands on your time.


Mason’s MS in Technology Management degree helps you further your technology leadership career, positioning you to take advantage of opportunities as you sharpen your ability to adapt and excel in an ever rapidly changing business environment.

The Master’s in Technology Management degree program at George Mason provides students with an executive-level perspective and the right skill portfolio to manage across all business disciplines. The program has a relevant and focused curriculum, experienced faculty, flexible program design for working professionals, active IT industry and global partnerships, and accomplished students and alumni.

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Jackie Buchy

Since 2011, I have served as the assistant dean for graduate enrollment at George Mason University's School of Business. In my role, I work with prospective graduate students to identify and select the best graduate program to meet their career goals.

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