MSc Technology Management

 

(On-line/Distance Learning)

 

Overview:

The MSc in Technology Management is a distance learning masters programme. It will provide participants with an insight into the role of technology management within the Irish and international economy. The MSc is a targeted response to a clearly identified need in specific occupations and sectors of the economy.  The programme aims to develop students’ knowledge of product innovation, technology transfer, and research & development (R&D) processes, thus enabling participants and companies to gain competitive advantage through their technology.

 

The programme will bring together lecture material on strategy, policy (both national and international), recognised methodologies and skills and exploitation processes to enable participating companies to make fully informed decisions relating to all aspects of technology.  Graduates of the programme will be able to guide their companies to exploit technology effectively. In so doing, it is expected that graduates will aspire to the highest level of management.


Further Information

This programme is run under the Atlantic University Alliance (AUA), which is a consortium of three Universities on the Atlantic coast of Ireland – NUI Galway, the University of Limerick and University College Cork.

Please visit the AUA Programme Page website for further details relating to the MSc in Technology Management.


Applications:

Applications are to be made through the AUA website .The final date for submission of applications is generally late June of the year in which the course is offered.


N.B. - We recommend that prospective students for any AUA programmes visit the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) page. For any queries which are not addressed in the FAQ please do not hesitate to email Michael Hennessy or call 061 213037.

 

Further programme details are available on the Atlantic University Alliance website www.aua.ie.