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Purdue School of Engineering and Technology

Purdue School of Engineering and Technology

Overview

The Master of Science in Technology is an innovative graduate experience that offers students a range of concentrations and focus areas.  The degree program is jointly offered by three departments in the School of Engineering and Technology: Computer Information and Graphics Technology (CIGT), Engineering Technology (ENT), and Technology Leadership and Communication (TLC).

For general information about the MS in Technology, including information about admissions and eligibility requirements, please visit the Office of Graduate Programs MS in Technology site.

Master of Science (MS) in Technology - Engineering Technology

The MS in Technology within the Department of Engineering Technology provides graduate study with a variety of opportunities.  Concentrations exist in the following areas:

Facilities Management (A fully online IFMA-accredited program) - This program prepares students to become a property manager, plant manager, facility manager or plant engineer

Motorsports – This program offers advanced study for graduates interested in vehicle dynamics, simulation, and composite materials

Manufacturing Systems - Students can pursue a more self-directed approach with a focus on manufacturing systems, including but not limited to courses covering the following areas:

  • Design for manufacturing
  • Process and quality control
  • Lean Six Sigma
  • Project lifecycle management
  • Energy management
  • Mathematical analysis for manufacturing
  • Project management
  • Leadership
  • Workplace technical writing