Message from the Faculty Director
Today’s organizations need skilled and innovative chief information officers (CIOs) and other strategic information technology (IT) executives who can not only develop and deploy mission-critical technologies, but also ensure that those enterprise technologies have a transformational impact on organizations, employees, and customers at national and global levels. The master's in Technology Management is designed to give our graduates a comprehensive understanding of the management of technology aligned with strategic business objectives.
I look forward to welcoming you to the Georgetown University community and guiding you through this phase in your professional endeavors.
With warm regards,
Maria Trujillo, Ph.D.
Faculty Director and Associate Professor of the Practice, Technology Management
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