The Georgetown University Master of Professional Studies in Technology Management program educates students to be ethical stewards of technology. Graduates will gain leadership skills and business acumen that will enable them to champion technological innovation in their organizations.
Upon successfully completing the MPS in Technology Management, you will:
Creative and Critical Thinking: Design and adapt systems, policies, and procedures in alignment with user needs of the technology and in support of the organization’s mission.
Global Competence: Collaborate with diverse actors to assess the impact of emerging technology and global trends on organizational processes, operations, and overall competitiveness.
Ethical Reasoning and Values: Apply an ethical framework to align technologies, security risk and digital assets with organizational objectives.
Applied Problem Solving: Integrate frameworks from project management, information security, data management, and digital applications to solve complex IT problems.
Information Literacy: Evaluate information to determine its credibility, validity, and reliability in order to inform strategic decisions about enterprise architecture and systems requirements.
Technological Competency: Appraise performance of information technology systems to identify opportunities for continuous improvement and to make recommendations for enhancing IT infrastructures.
Communication: Develop a communication strategy to clearly and persuasively convey IT initiatives to diverse audiences and stakeholders.