Engineering and Technology Management, MS - Online
Why study Engineering and Technology Management online at OSU?
OSU's Master of Science in Engineering and Technology Management (MSETM) is a rigorous
degree program designed specifically for engineers and scientists who are interested
in accelerating their management careers. Managing today's global organizations requires
a complex set of knowledge and skills. Effective planning, selection, implementation
and management of technology, and the teams involved, is essential to the success
of any business in today's time-critical, global markets. The OSU-MSETM program specifically
addresses the real needs identified by industry leaders.
Online learning through the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology (CEAT)
provides a flexible alternative to traditional on-campus courses as a convenient way
to earn your degree whenever your career or other life commitments prevent you from
taking classes on campus in a traditional setting.
Online students utilize Canvas, OSU's online learning portal to watch lectures, turn
in assignments and communicate with classmates and professors.
Courses taught online are of identical quality and instruction as those taught in
traditional classrooms. CEAT Online Learning and the ETM faculty are here to help you succeed!
The MSETM program exists to provide accessible, career-enhancing educational opportunities
to practicing engineers, scientists and technical managers.
This program is a 32 credit hour program that permits students to build a strong degree
that directly prepares them for the future. On average our students take 4-5 credit hours a semester. The program can be completed
in a minimum of 18 months and a maximum of 7 years. Students typically complete the
degree in about 3 years. Coursework is divided into two categories: Required and Elective.
The Required courses include an introductory course (1 hour), a decision analysis
course (3 hours) and the capstone series (4 hours). The remaining 24 credit hours
will be chosen from the Electives list and should include a minimum of 3 one-credit-hour