Face Technological Challenges Head-On

The growing role of technology in work environments brings new challenges that need out-of-the-box, innovative solutions every day. It takes a Shark to effectively navigate and lead in these complex workplaces. It’s time to get the edge that helps you elevate your organization and advance your career. Become a leader who drives success with data-guided decisions.

Technology and data are embedded in nearly every type of business and industry. NSU’s M.S. in Technology Management prepares you to be a leader and use your creativity to design and implement solutions for technology infrastructures and organizations. This program blends theory and practice to develop skills you’ll use to solve real-world problems.

Your advanced degree in Technology Management opens doors for you in management roles related to operations, training and development, information technology, and special projects, in a variety of industries (from health care and finance to education and consumer products). NSU’s coursework gives you opportunities to work in and lead teams, while learning from experienced faculty with diverse professional backgrounds. What you learn in the classroom today, can be immediately applied to your real life tomorrow.


Why Earn Your M.S. in Technology Management at NSU?

Did You Know?

NSU Pretty Much Teaches It All

From business and medicine to law and the arts

The M.S. in Technology Management curriculum is designed to integrate leadership skills with the expertise in technology processes to meet the demands of a rapidly changing world. This program goes beyond the technical to provide you with the skills you need to be business savvy and a go-to communicator.

Quick Facts


NSU’s M.S. in Technology Management program is 30 total credits to complete. 8 week courses are available, so you can earn your degree in 1 year.

Start Dates

All College of Computing and Engineering master's degree programs begin in AugustJanuary, and May.

Delivery Options

Classes for the M.S. in Technology Management program are offered fully online or at our Fort Lauderdale/Davie campus.


Visit the Tuition and Fees page for more information.

Career Outcomes

Operations Research Analyst

$84,810 Average Salary Per Year

Computer and Information Systems Managers

$146,360 Average Salary Per Year

Training and Development Managers

$113,350 Average Salary Per Year

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Learning Outcomes

A graduate with an M.S. in Technology Management will have the ability to:

  1. Communicate technology and organizational leadership concepts, designs, and solutions effectively and professionally
  2. Apply knowledge of technology and organizational leadership to produce effective designs and solutions for specific problems
  3. Identify, analyze, and synthesize scholarly literature relating to the field of technology and organizational leadership
  4. Evaluate group and organizational development techniques for management planning and decision making

Technology Management

Program Sheet
Core Courses: Complete Seven Courses
MSIT 501
Foundations of Programming, Data Structures, and Algorithms (MSIT 501 / Credits: 3 )
ISEC 615
Fundamentals of Cybersecurity (ISEC 615 / Credits: 3 )
ISEC 635
Information Systems Operations Management (ISEC 635 / Credits: 3 )
ISEC 655
Information Security Governance (ISEC 655 / Credits: 3 )
MMIS 621
Information Systems Project Management (MMIS 621 / Credits: 3 )
MMIS 671
Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence (MMIS 671 / Credits: 3 )
MMIS 677
Technology Management (MMIS 677 / Credits: 3 )
Choose Three Courses
MMIS 623
Ethics in Computing (MMIS 623 / Credits: 3 )
MMIS 636
Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (MMIS 636 / Credits: 3 )
MMIS 644
UX Strategy for Social Media (MMIS 644 / Credits: 3 )
MMIS 680
Human Computer Interaction (MMIS 680 / Credits: 3 )
ISEC 675
Information System Auditing (ISEC 675 / Credits: 3 )
MSIT 630
Database Systems (MSIT 630 / Credits: 3 )
MSIT 675
Deep Learning (MSIT 675 / Credits: 3 )
MSL 0680
Leadership Theory and Practice (MSL 0680 / Credits: 3 )
MGT 5105
Managing Organizational Behavior in a Dynamic and Complex World (MGT 5105 / Credits: 3 )
MGT 5380
Building and Leading Teams (MGT 5380 / Credits: 3 )
MGT 5631
Leading People and Organizations (MGT 5631 / Credits: 3 )


For a full list of all course descriptions, visit coursewizard.nova.edu.

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Take The Next Step

The College of Computing and Engineering graduate enrollment office is located on the fourth floor in the Carl DeSantis Building on NSU's Fort Lauderdale-Davie campus in Davie, Florida. Click here for a map.

Phone: (954) 262-2031 or Toll-Free: (800) 986-2247 ext. 22031

Email: computing@nova.edu

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