Master's in Technology Management

Broaden your business, strategic, and global horizons with a master of science in technology management from George Mason University.  

Mason’s virtual - synchronous master’s in technology management program helps you further your technology leadership career and excel in today’s dynamic business environment. 

Anywhere learning, same time engagement. Whether you’re an entrepreneur looking to start your own successful technology business or seeking a C-level executive position like chief information officer or chief digital officer, Mason’s master’s in technology management program can help you achieve your goals. 

Learn to connect technology strategy to the overall business and organizational strategy and develop integrated IT Operations and IT Strategy plans for using technology to meet and further organizational objectives. 

Understand how to identify the business value of emerging technologies and systematically assess the strategic implications of these technologies in the context of your company and industry. 

You’ll also benefit from a dedicated career services team that offers you personalized career coaching, employment and networking opportunities, and planning services for life.   

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16 Months
to complete the 36-credit degree.
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Add-On Certificates
Specialize your degree by taking an additional applied project course.
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Capstone Project
Demonstrate your knowledge by presenting to real world executives.
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Executive Development
Attend seminars and workshops led by industry experts.
Master's in Technology Management Program Graduate Catherine Atwood

This is a golden opportunity. Give it 100 percent attention every Saturday because you’ll learn more from people coming to share with you than from reading textbooks for any other program.

Catherine Atwood, MSTM ‘19, senior business analyst at Serry Systems

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Mason’s master’s in technology management focuses on strategic, ethical leadership and the interrelationships of technology and management in a global and networked technology marketplace. The program is 36 credits and includes a capstone project.

The program is built around four pillars: 

  • Business Foundations 
  • Global Perspectives/International Residency 
  • IT Management 
  • IT Strategy and Digital Transformation 

Each pillar represents a stackable credential that integrates industry perspectives with coursework. You will have the opportunity to connect with other leaders in business and IT and be in the industry vanguard of new and emerging technologies. 

Our faculty members incorporate daily opportunities to connect business theory with reality and advocate real-world learning. High-impact activities outside the classroom allow you to integrate theory with practice to advance your leadership and technology management abilities. 

Explore Degree Requirements

See courses and electives for the master’s in technology management program in Mason's University Catalog.  

The University Catalog is the authoritative source for information on program requirements and courses. Requirements may be different for earlier catalog years.   

Sample Schedule

Classes are held on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. All courses are completed on Saturdays in a virtual, synchronous format. View a sample schedule here

Global Residency 

Developing a global mindset is a required skill for today’s technology leaders. This course provides a real-world, hands-on experience that focuses on technology trends and business opportunities, and challenges outside the U.S. market. You’ll learn to assess technology innovation and management from a global business perspective. 

During the virtual Global Residency, you’ll study the culture, history, geography, and current business trends in a country outside the United States. You’ll participate in business meetings and interact with C-level executives, technology leaders, and government officials.

Capstone Project

You must complete the non-credit Capstone to graduate. You’ll work in teams, using your creativity, problem-solving, and diverse skills to develop a technology innovation that may address a solution to a business problem or other creative need. 

The capstone builds on the program’s learning experiences to culminate in a final business plan. This business plan is presented to a capstone board consisting of a panel of technology executives who serve as judges. Many past capstone projects have resulted in funding and/or successful business opportunities. The capstone has become a hallmark of the program. 

Enhance Your Degree with a Certificate

Mason’s add-on certificate programs provide opportunities for you to acquire additional education in emerging fields while pursuing your master's in technology management.  

Meet Your Instructors

Master’s in technology management faculty members are selected from the ranks of Costello College of Business professors who have gained recognition in their respective disciplines and have professional experience in industry and government, coupled with academic training and expertise. They meld theory and practice into an exciting experience for students. Industry leaders join the regular faculty to teach special classes and seminars and offer their own expertise and counsel.

Faculty members include:

Dr. Jean-Pierre “JP” Auffret
Director, Research Partnerships and Grants Initiative

Dr. Raymond Brow
Adjunct Faculty

Constant Cheng

Dr. Jahanzeb Cheema
Assistant Professor

Chitwan “Chuck” Gahun

Dr. Einav Hart
Assistant Professor

Syed Hasan

Dr. Richard Klimoski
Associate Dean for Research Management

Dr. Patrick McCreesh
Adjunct Faculty

Dr. Kumar Mehta
Associate Professor

Dr. Brian Ngac

Dr. Tiago Requeijo
Assistant Professor

James “Jim” Wolfe

Frequently Asked Questions

If you have additional questions, call us at (703) 993-8006.   

Who should enroll in this program?

The program’s students are full-time professionals in the technology field—vice presidents, directors, project managers, senior software developers, network managers, and technology and IT consultants. What they have in common is that they wish to further their leadership careers in technology or a technology-oriented business. 

What are some of the roles program graduates have?

Our graduates take on a variety of leadership roles and positions such as:  

  • Chief information officer (CIO) 
  • Program manager 
  • IT project manager 
  • Systems analyst 
  • Business Analyst 
  • IT consultant 
  • IT Director 

Is this program technical?

The focus of the program is the integration of business strategy and technology management. Some technical skill development is incorporated at the executive level. 

Is this a STEM-designated program?

No, this is not a STEM-designated program. 

What can you tell me about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Mason?

Diversity is one of Mason's core values; everyone is welcome here. Mason was recently named the most diverse university in Virginia by U.S. News & World Report. To learn more about diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) at Mason, visit the university's DEI website. Visit this page to learn more about DEI at the Costello College of Business. 

What will I learn?

 At the end of our program, MSTM students will be able to:

  1. Integrating Business and IT Management Principles:

    • Our graduates will be able to connect technology strategy to overall organization and business strategy and develop integrated IT Operations and IT Strategy plans for utilizing technology to meet and further organization’s objectives.
  2.  Leveraging Emerging Technology:
    • Our graduates will be able to identify business value of emerging technologies and systematically assess strategic implications of these technologies in context of specific company/industry.