Gain the Tech Skills to Succeed in Any Industry
Technology plays a vital role in nearly every facet of our lives today. Employers consistently seek out tech-savvy leaders and innovators who know how to manage technology systems that are the backbone of every organization.
Marymount University’s master’s degree in Technology Management will expand your knowledge of technology while deepening your business and leadership skills. Our robust program will prepare you to take charge in technology environments as you receive a broad-based understanding of the breadth of information technology and its management — all to help you and your organization succeed.
- Customize your Technology Management degree
What makes our graduate degree one of the best Technology Management master’s programs? It’s simple — flexibility. Customize your curriculum by choosing 3 Technology Management certificates from 9 available tracks in Business and IT, and complete your master’s degree in as little as 18 months.
Information Technology Certificates:
- Educators who lead in Technology Management
Our master’s in Information Technology Management faculty have extensive experience with agencies and organizations throughout Washington, D.C., and around the globe. Equipped with their abilities, knowledge, and skills, these thought leaders help transform students into experts in technology management.
- Small classes, countless opportunities
Our graduates say we have one of the best Technology Management master’s programs in academia because of our small classes, typically no more than 25 students. Your classmates are often working IT professionals, providing support and network opportunities as you pursue the technology management career path that’s right for you.
- Marymount’s ideal location
Our master’s in Information Technology Management program has partnered with scores of contractors, corporations, and federal agencies. Pursue valuable research and internship experiences that round out your résumé with the experience recruiters look for, and find rich job opportunities once you graduate.
- 36 credit hours
- $1,190 per credit hour
- Choose from 9 graduate certifications in Business and Information Technology
- Master’s degree attainable from 18 months to 5 years
- Graduate application
- Official transcripts of all postsecondary education
- Professional résumé
For university coursework completed outside the U.S., a course-by-course transcript evaluation is required from a NACES member evaluation agency such as World Education Services or Educational Credentials Evaluators.
Students for whom English is a second language must submit a recent official score of 96 from TOEFL, 6.5 from IELTS, or 58 from the PTE academic exam, or documentation of program completion at 1 of Marymount University’s language partners. For complete information about International Admissions Guidelines and language partner programs, visit our International Graduate Students page.
Program Curriculum Snapshot
IT 504: Cybersecurity Technology for Managers
This course examines core components of technologies and network architectures, as well as new and emerging technologies. Also covered are risk management, budgeting for cybersecurity projects, and procedures for making organizational decisions related to cybersecurity.
IT 548: Managing Digital Transformation
This course explores digital transformation in companies, government agencies, the health care industry, and other organizations. Studies include the implementation of emerging technologies such as cloud computing, the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, and augmented reality. It investigates economic drivers, how business models evolve, and how decision makers can implement digital transformation.
INN 530: Strategic Growth for Entrepreneurs and Intrapreneurs
This course introduces students to expanding a business by recognizing strategic opportunities, managing organizational change, and fostering innovation. Covers the various skills business leaders must have to successfully scale an innovation, including corporate-level strategy, organizational development and change management, management of competitive dynamics, and maintenance or abandonment of competitive advantages.
Career and Salary Possibilities
Careers in the computer and information technology fields are expected to grow 11% through 2030, faster than the average rate for all occupations, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Marymount graduates with a Technology Management degree are well prepared for positions such as:
- Chief Data Officer (CDO)
- Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
- IT Acquisition Management Analyst
- Product Manager
- Program Manager
- Project Manager
- Technology Management Engineer
- Technology Manager
The median pay for information technology managers in 2021 was $159,010 per year.
Meet Our Faculty
Welcome to the School of Technology and Innovation within Marymount University’s College of Business, Innovation, Leadership, and Technology (BILT).
Today, technology is a major part of all of our lives and our School is here to educate the next generation of technology gurus in whatever that technology brings. We are extremely proud of our progressive technology programs and the quality of our students who are entering the challenging workplaces of today and tomorrow.
The School of Technology and Innovation focuses on preparing individuals to take part in the global critical technology workforce shortage. Our programs, whether they are at the undergraduate, masters, or doctoral levels, prepare students for roles in digital transformation, cybersecurity, data science, cloud computing, and the constantly growing field of technology applications.
We are particularly proud of our diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives as we help significant numbers of minorities, women, veterans and the neurodiverse succeed in the technology field.
Please explore our website to learn more about our programs and our faculty, staff, students, and alumni.