The Master of Science Degree in Technology Management at Farmingdale State College (FSC) is intended to graduate qualified professionals capable of taking leadership roles in designing, developing, improving, and transforming the industrial systems that are the basis for much of the industry in the region. This program will provide an exceptional and affordable opportunity for advanced study in the critical field of technology management to qualified graduates of baccalaureate programs in technology, engineering technology and related fields.
The multi-disciplinary program builds on the strengths of the faculty, laboratories, and equipment of three undergraduate departments in the School of Engineering Technology: Mechanical Engineering Technology, Electrical/Computer Engineering Technology, and Architecture and Construction Management.
This degree can be earned with part-time or full-time study. Courses are generally offered in the evening.
Drawing on these strengths and addressing the industrial needs in the region, the program has three tracks:
- Track I: Electrical and Mechanical
- Track II: Construction Management
- Track III: Transportation
ETM 510 - Energy and Power Management Analysis
ETM 530 - Residential Development Management
ETM 550 - Intelligent Transportation Systems
Review the curriculum outline for detailed information about the program.
Graduate Admissions Deadlines & Requirements
Fall: August 1
Minimum Combined GPA in Bachelor's Degree: 3.0
Note: Bachelor degree graduates who earned their degree more than five years prior can be considered for admission with a GPA lower than 3.0 by offering supplemental work history information.
Engineering, Technology, or Related
Appropriate Math, Physics, and Calculus Suggested
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Graduate student applicants can apply through this application page.