- MS in Technology Commercialization at University of Texas, Austin (http://www.ic2.utexas.edu/mstc/) - 23 weekends (online or in-class) and 3 intensive weeks (in-class only). The program does not offer scholarships but expect low tuitions for in-state Texas residents.
- Executive Masters in Technology Management (http://www.emtm.upenn.edu/companies/industries/technology_commercialization.html) - This is a part-time weekend based in-class program and has no online options. the program does not offer scholarships as well.
- MS in Technology Commercialization at Northeastern University (http://www.cps.neu.edu/mstc/). This is an online program. Cool thing about this program is they have an Online Incubator called I-Cubator for online collaboration of incubatable ideas. The University also offers Scholarships and Financia Aid, which I like. Further, this program has 8 start dates throughout the year and therefore is really flexible for working professionals, unlike the UT Austin and UPenn programs that are more rigid in the admission and financial aid structures.
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
A list of Executive Technology Management programs
People who are interested in combining technology education with entrepreneurship and are looking to work in incubating facilities closely tied to the University they are pursuing these programs with may find this list to be of use (I will keep updating this list as I come across programs of interest and usefulness):