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The MS Management of Technology program (MOT) is a STEM program designed for college graduates and professionals who aim to make a difference in a world in which economic and social advancement is increasingly dependent on the integration of technology and business. This program introduces participants who aspire to become technology managers and leaders in the 21st century to cutting-edge thinking and best practice in technology management and innovation. The MOT program embodies the School of Engineering's academic philosophy of invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship (i2e). Put simply, i2e is about transforming scientific inventions into innovations that lead to significant economic and social impact.

NYU Tandon School of Engineering’s Department of Technology Management and Innovation is a recognized pioneer and leader in the field of technology management and has offered the MOT program for nearly twenty-five years. Rather than grafting a few technology management courses onto a traditional MBA program, the MOT program provides an innovative and integrated curriculum that is focused on developing professionals who wish to focus their careers on building, managing, or leading technology-driven organizations.

The department offers the MOT program in two formats: Full-time / Part-time On-Campus MOT and a purely Online MOT (NYU Tandon Online). *Courses are offered predominantly in the evenings to accommodate those students who work full-time during the day.

Find out about Admission Requirements.*

*The GRE Exam requirement for application to M.S Management of Technology and M.S. Industrial Engineering is waived for NYU Tandon B.S. Business and Technology Management graduates who meet all other NYU Tandon School of Engineering requirements for admission.

Please direct inquiries related to admission to Graduate Admissions.

Please direct all general inquiries to TMI@nyu.edu.

View the online MOT curriculum.

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36 Credit Curriculum

Technology Management and Innovation techniques are most effective when they complement the overall strategic posture adopted by the firm by incorporating technological opportunities into strategic thinking. Learn how to study the internal and external environment of a firm to identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats.


The modern technology manager possesses critical managerial skills and techniques to most efficiently support firm goals and objectives. Select three courses from the technology tools area to start building a self-customized curriculum. 


Continue creating a self-customized curriculum by organizing electives into “Knowledge Areas.” These informal technology-based specializations reflect the recent directional advances in the field. However, students may elect a unique focus by creating a curriculum that includes courses across the prescribed Knowledge Areas below:

Digital Strategies and Innovation

Technology strategy blends business needs with technology-based solutions to achieve competitive advantage. Learn how to play a vital role in defining the technology direction for an organization and frame the formulation and execution of technology strategy. 

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Business Design

Business design is a human-centered approach to innovation that combines design principles and methods with the strategy to help organizations create new value and sustainable growth. Learn the principles and methods with the strategy to help organizations create new value and sustainable growth. Learn the principals and methods of design that are now embraced by more traditional companies and management consultancies as well as entrepreneurs.

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Project Management

Project management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to a broad range of activities in order to meet the requirements of a particular project. Learn how to assist organizations in achieving their goals by completing projects that contribute to their strategic objectives with minimum resources. 

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Data Analytics

Data analytics turns measurements into insights to improve decision making in business. Learn how to rely on the scientific process to collect and interpret data through a mixture of quantitative techniques in order to predict, evaluate, and inform decisions in a variety of business areas, including operations, customer service, marketing, and finance.

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People Analytics

Technology can address many complex business problems, but only when it's combined with the right talent, a firm's most important asset. Learn how to leverage organizational data utilizing people analytics, a rapidly expanding field, to create synergies between talent and technology for developing innovative strategies in achieving business success. 

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Capstone courses are designed to give students the chance to showcase the knowledge they have acquired throughout their education to a real-world situation. Students are required to take one capstone course during the final semester. 

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MOT Formats

The Evening Full-time and Part-time MOT format is catered for recent graduates who have less than five years professional work experience or for busy professionals, all requiring the ultimate in flexibility of obtaining the MOT degree in an evening format (where classes are held Monday through Thursday, with some courses available on Saturdays). When taken full-time at 12 credits per semester (after your first semester), the degree can be completed in one and a half years.


The On-line MOT format is strictly offered in a pure on-line internet delivery form (no-in class attendance). It is designed for those professionals who cannot physically attend class due to personal preference, geographical constraints, or work reasons. The curriculum of the Online MOT format mirrors that of the MOT program in scope, depth and content. However, it has been modified to provide delivery on-line.

The On-line MOT format also features four newly designed MOT Concentrations in: Operations and Project Management, Cyber Security, Human Resource Information Systems and Human Capital Engineering and Analytics.

See more information on the specialized Online MOT Curriculum


  • Apply best practices in leadership, innovation, quantitative analysis, and business and technology management
  • An emphasis on people, process and tools to nurture innovation and entrepreneurship
  • Active involvement with highly respected faculty
  • More agility in handling day-to-day challenges at work
  • Modern learning methods, e.g. individualized and team-based coaching
  • Carefully selected elective courses to maintain flexibility in meeting diverse professional needs
  • A professional, modern, and informal learning environment
  • Close collaboration with respected partners in industry and relevant scholarly communities
  • A curriculum that is continually updated
  • Participants are viewed as partners in the learning process