2011-2013 Catalog (without addenda) 
    May 08, 2021  
2011-2013 Catalog (without addenda) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Management of Technology, M.S.

Program Structure and Curriculum

The MOT Program comprises 12 courses (see listing below) for 36 credits. Courses for the MOT program are held during the evening at 55 Broad Street in Lower Manhattan and at the Brooklyn campus of Polytechnic. Fulltime students may complete this MS program in 10 calendar months by completing 4 courses per semester for 3 semesters or in 15 calendar months by completing 3 courses per semester for 4 semesters. Part-time students may take from one to two courses per semester, completing the program in 22 to 44 calendar months. Participants in the MOT Program receive a Master of Science in Management of Technology. The MOT Program is also offered in Executive format; please refer to the Management of Technology Executive Master’s Program catalog pages. For most current information, visit http://www.poly.edu/amot

The MOT program’s series of required courses provide participants with a deep understanding of the foundations of managerial competencies needed to manage innovation in the evolving business environment. In addition, participants can choose an elective from the Department of Technology Management or from other areas of the Institute that can enhance their understanding of a particular area of interest in the broadly defined arena of technology management.


* To fulfill a requirement for a technology-related course, participants can substitute other courses given by the Department of Technology Management in this field, e.g., MG 6603 Management of New and Emerging Technologies ; MG 7503 Electronic Business Management ; or another technology-related course with permission of the Program Director.

** MOT Electives include any 3.0 credit graduate course offered by the Department of Technology Management, including MG 9683 Internship and Action Learning . With the MOT Program Director’s permission, MOT students also may choose an elective 3.0 credit graduate courses offered by another NYU-Poly department.