Northcentral University’s Master of Science in Technology and Innovation Management (MSTIM) curriculum will prepare you to become a champion of positive change in any organization. Through new ideas, new technologies and new approaches to problem-solving, you can make the difference. This is not a business degree, but an innovation through technology degree. Today’s technology leaders must know how to take advantage of new technologies and ideas, or remain trapped in stagnation. Trained innovative thinkers bring fresh ideas, and today’s organizations are searching the globe for qualified leaders to help them face challenges head on. This online master’s program will help equip you to become an innovation leader, without entrance exam requirements, which can be time-consuming and costly.
Providing a broad base of understanding of the foundational technology in any information system, NCU’s Computer Science specialization helps students understand how computers function and communicate from the inside out. This specialization dovetails very well with the larger goals of your MSTIM program. A general specialization, it was created to provide you with a foundation on a wide variety of computing topics and to prepare you for a range of technology leadership roles. On graduation, you will be able to use the general but in-depth knowledge you’ve gained to lead the innovative integration of computer technologies in any organization.
A completed bachelor's degree in business from a regionally or nationally accredited academic institution
Accreditation & Licensing
Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Senior College and University Commission
This degree is not authorized for residents of Arkansas.
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