Technology Management (Engineering Technology and Applied Science)

Master of Technology Management (Engineering Technology and Applied Science)
Skills and Interests

You have a technology background and are ready to manage the challenges and dynamics of industries driven by technological innovation.

Work Environment

Technology-based organizations

Health, science, oil and gas, engineering technology

Government agencies

Program Location:

Delivered entirely online

Program Length:

30 credit hours of Course Work or 30 credit hours of Course Work including Research Project and Report


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Application Deadline:

Fall Admission:  June 1
Winter Admission: October 1
Spring Admission: February 1

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Technology Management (Engineering Technology and Applied Science) - Masters Degree

Program Description

The Master of Technology Management (Engineering Technology and Applied Science) is an innovative program, the first of its kind in Canada. This online program provides professional development opportunities for busy, working professionals engaged in a variety of engineering technology and other technical and non-technical professions.

The program provides the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively manage complex technical operations, deal with the challenges and dynamics of innovation-driven industries, and strategically consider issues encompassing the management of engineering technology.

Program Structure

Participants will complete course work offered by the Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University on one of two Program Routes:

Option 1: (Course Route) requires 3 core courses (9 credit hours) and 7 elective courses (21 credit hours)

Option 2: (Project Route) requires 3 core courses (9 credit hours), 5 elective courses (15 credit hours) and comprehensive 6 credit hour capstone research project and report course.

Admission Requirements

Admission to the program is on a competitive basis.

To be considered for admission to the Technology Management (Engineering Technology and Applied Science) program, an applicant will normally possess a second class or better undergraduate degree from a university of recognized standing and will normally have:

  • Appropriate technology sector and business management course work; and
  • A minimum of two (2) years’ relevant employment experience

Please refer to the Memorial University Calendar for descriptions and regulations for this program.

What Alumni Say

"The time spent on my undergrad degree was worth it and I am thankful that I chose Memorial. It was MUN's deal with John Abbott College that caught my eye and brought me to the school. I found the program and classes to be avangard and everything I learnt could be applied the next day on the job."

Greg Charbonneau – MTM Student

"It was a great experience, I enjoyed your classes and your support and encouragement. All Instructors were very responsive to students needs and quick to react to students having any difficulties. The instructors are on the students team."

Dave Schuett – MTM Graduate Fall 2020

"What a fabulous program MTM was! I've been working in Technology for 25 years and after reviewing the syllabus I thought the MTM program was exactly what I was looking for. The case study format was thought-provoking and the ability to select my own project guided me in learning. I found each course supported my own organization strategy, plus it helped me to be a valuable contributor to our future."

Linda Gallus – MTM Graduate Fall 2020