Master of Science in Engineering & Technology Innovation Management
In today's competitive world, business leadership not only requires the ability to leverage technology, but also a diverse portfolio of global management skills. Key roles in industry and consulting demand enhanced technical knowledge coupled with a critical understanding of innovation management.
Carnegie Mellon's interdisciplinary MS in Engineering and Technology Innovation Management (E&TIM) program is designed to educate leaders for wielding new technology in effective ways. The new bicoastal track integrates a Silicon Valley experience and builds on the strengths of the Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley campus. The accelerated E&TIM program can be completed in one year of full-time study from January to December, including a summer internship project. Students enrolled in the Pittsburgh-based program also have the opportunity to explore an option for part-time study over two years.
E&TIM prepares technical professionals to lead innovation and manage value creation, building on a first-rate engineering and technology foundation. Ideal candidates for the E&TIM program are those with science and engineering backgrounds who have the drive to become leaders in technology development and engineering--creating new technology-enabled ventures, developing business technology strategies, and designing policies to encourage technological innovation. Core courses in the E&TIM program equip students with the fundamentals to understand and manage innovation, while electives offer a variety of technical innovation management courses that provide students the flexibility to tailor the program to their specific interests and needs.
Please note that applications for the MS E&TIM program are processed through the E&TIM website.
For more information, contact Eden Fisher at E&TIM, firstname.lastname@example.org.