Master of Arts (MA) in Engineering & Technology

Best 23 Masters of Arts in Engineering & Technology 2017

Engineering & Technology

A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. A master's degree prepares students to lead or manage. A master's degree also prepares a person for a range of pursuits through specialized study of a field.

Master of Arts (MA) in Engineering & Technology

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MA Education Technology

Concordia University Chicago
Campus Full time 1 - 2  October 2017 USA Chicago

Do you aspire to be a leader in education technology and encourage excellence within a learning environment? This master’s program from Concordia University Chicago will give you the specific skills needed to develop and implement technology-based educational courses. [+]

Master of Art Programs in Engineering & Technology. MA Education Technology Do you aspire to be a leader in education technology and encourage excellence within a learning environment? This master’s program from Concordia University Chicago will give you the specific skills needed to develop and implement technology-based educational courses. Educational technology professionals are increasingly in demand across the whole spectrum of the education sector. Among a wide range of disciplines, you will be involved in producing technology related courses and supporting digital-age classroom developments, as well as facilitating effective assessment methods via new technologies. Besides these technical proficiencies, professionals in this field need to work in a collaborative environment which works towards promoting successful learning outcomes for learners from an array of backgrounds. Course Requirements Academic Entry Requirements: Bachelor’s degree from a U.S. equivalent, regionally accredited institution GPA earned 2.85 or above English Language Proficiency*: IELTS: minimum 6.0 or TOEFL: minimum 60 (internet-based) or Michigan Test: minimum 85 or Bachelor’s degree from international English-speaking university or advanced degree from a U.S. institution Official test scores should be provided. [-]

Master International Management - Aviation (for EU students)

IUBH School of Business and Management (for EU students)
Campus Full time October 2017 Germany Bad Honnef

Over four semesters, the Master International Management - Aviation will prepare you to take up an international management role in the aviation business. Over the course of the programme, you will apply strategic and operative management concepts to the international aviation business... [+]

Scholarships available for EU students until January 2017!

Over four semesters, the Master International Management - Aviation will prepare you to take up an international management role in the aviation business. Focus on Aviation Management Over the course of the programme, you will apply strategic and operative management concepts to the international aviation business. Your degree pays special attention to creating successful and value-enhancing business models in aviation. There is also a strong focus on strategic planning and operations management in an international context. You will also come to understand the role of government regulators, which are an important part of the aviation industry's operating framework. Programme information Education Language of instruction is English Specialisation: Aviation Management Courses to improve soft skills, leadership and negotiation skills Outstanding Teaching and Individual Attention A global and accomplished faculty that shares knowledge and experience with students Intensive work in small groups (around 20 students) with an international profile Practice-Oriented Through and Through Academic knowledge is put to work in case studies, projects and hands-on research Real-life experience through guest lectures, company presentations, company projects and excursions Excellent Campus Infrastructure Student dorms, campus WLAN and a good range of food options Career Services, International Office and alumni network for advice and support in studies and career planning Facts & Figures Degree: Master of Arts (M.A.) Duration of study: 4 semesters (3 semesters study + 1 semester Master thesis) ECTS-Credits: 120 Studies: full-time Language of instruction: English Campus: Bad Honnef, Berlin Intake: Spring & Autumn [-]

MA in Information and Communication Engineering

Nanjing University Of Posts And Telecommunications
Campus Full time September 2017 China Nanjing

MA in Information and Communication Engineering [+]

Master of Art Programs in Engineering & Technology. The Requirements of Educational Background 1. For those who pursue a bachelor's degree, the applicant must have a high school diploma, excellent performance during high school period, and good health. In principle, not older than 25 years of age. 2. For those who pursue a master's degree, the applicant must have a related bachelor degree, excellent performance during undergraduate study, and good health. In principle, not older than 35 years of age. 3. For those who pursue a doctor's degree, the applicant must have a related master degree, excellent performance during graduate study, and good health. In principle, not older than 40 years of age. The Language Requirements Undergraduate and graduate admission should meet requirements of IELTS or TOEFL. If the applicant has no corresponding certificate, he/she can participate in language training, and could start the professional learning phase after passing the training. The Application Materials 1. NUPT application form; 2. highest graduation certificate; 3. college transcript; 4. one recommendation letter; 5. resume; 6. study plan; 7. passport; 8. passport-sized photo. Admission Procedures 1. NUPT will issue the applicant a scanned pre-admission letter if he/she is qualified,and he/she needs pay the accomadation fee(4000rmb),application fee(400) and insurance fee(600),altogher 5000rmb in advance in due 10 days,then NUPT will issue the "admission notice" and JW202 to the applicant.About the scholarship, for the new students,all of them can get first level scholarship (TUITION FREE) for the first year,for more information on scholarship,check "NUPT International Student Scholarship Management Regulations". 2. The admitted applicant should go to The People's Republic of China embassy (consulate) to apply to study in China (X1) visa with admission notice and JW202 form. 3. The admitted student should carry “Admission Notice of NUPT International Students”, “FOREIGNER PHYSICAL EXAMINATION FORM” (The table is only valid for six months, the applicant is advised to do physical examination in April-July), the original highest certificate,transcript and ten passport-sized photos to register in Department of International Cooperation & Exchanges of NUPT in accordance with the stipulated time on “Admission Notice of NUPT International Students”. Housing Introduction Young Teachers Apartment Building 10, Xianlin Campus Accommodation Fee: 4000 RMB/yearfor one student living in a double room. If the PhD student wants to live alone in a double room, the fee will be doubled. Application Mode and the Application Time 1. Application materials should be sent scanned copies to the above e-mail,and the word-format application form is preferred. 2. Application deadline is May 31 of each year. [-]

MA Audio Production

University of Westminster - Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design
Campus Full time United Kingdom London

This well-established Masters is the world-leading course in audio production, highly regarded both nationally and internationally. It is accredited by the leading industry bodies, including APRS, and is the JAMES National Regional Centre – London, an Apple-accredited training centre and a Skillset Media Academy. The course is designed to meet and exceed professional standards, and will enable you to reach... [+]

This well-established Masters is the world-leading course in audio production, highly regarded both nationally and internationally. It is accredited by the leading industry bodies, including APRS, and is the JAMES National Regional Centre – London, an Apple-accredited training centre and a Skillset Media Academy. The course is designed to meet and exceed professional standards, and will enable you to reach the highest level in the creative use of audio, and explore how creative ideas and new technologies can be combined, enhanced and redefined. As the major media education site in Europe, the University's Harrow Campus includes 14 professional recording studios (three surround studios), a new teaching recording studio, Music Lab and an array of TV, post-production, radio, film and multimedia facilities built and equipped to the highest standards. Course content This innovative course develops your creative abilities in audio across music production, sound design, radio, TV, film and multimedia, all supported by a robust understanding of the technologies involved. You will be able to explore and expand as a creative artist while achieving control and experience of professional audio environment. Modules The following modules are indicative of what you will study on this course. Applied Innovation and Interactive Design This module will introduce you to associated programming packages for multimedia applications. You will explore the innovative interface design techniques, and work on developing sound design for interactive media, including small apps and computer games. Audio Visual Production and Cultural Theory Focusing on the creative applications of technology, theories and professional production practices this module will develop into a study brief incorporating the construction of a radio drama, radio programme, film trailer assembly and surround mix. It will also include a substantial piece of sound-to-picture work, including location recording, music and audio post for film and broadcast media. Entrepreneurship and Finance for Creative Industries This module facilitates learning of the key skills in creative industry business, entrepreneurship and project management. You are given the opportunity to develop their business ideas from concept to complain through the production of digital media outlets whilst using PRINCE2 (Projects IN Controlled Environment) Music Production and Cultural Theory This module will develop your professional practice of the creative industries through in-depth understanding of both practical and theoretical aspects of music recording and production processes. Including mixing, remixing and mastering in stereo and surround. Programming and Audio Design for Animation You will examine in detail the digital manipulation of audio data, location recording and Foley, the creation of sound libraries, and sound design for animation, enabling you to produce work to industry standards. The Masters Stage The Audio Production Project is your opportunity to negotiate a large-scale, self-determined, original and inventive project, based on several areas explored in the taught stage of the course. Course-specific entry requirements You will need to have a portfolio of audio and/or audiovisual production works, which demonstrates your ability to work in audio at a high level. You should be able to discuss how the course enables you to build towards a new area of creative activity and employment. A good first degree is desirable, although applicants with strong portfolio and professional industry experience will be considered. Associated careers Possible careers include music producer, audio and audio visual post-production specialist, ADR, audio and audio visual producer, composer, education, Foley artist, interactive audio design teams, location sound specialist, programmer, radio and sound engineer. [-]

MSc Business Information Systems

University of Westminster - Faculty of Science and Technology
Campus Full time United Kingdom London

The demand for information technology specialists is steadily rising all over the world. The European Commission believes that even in a 'stagnation' scenario, demand for IT specialists will exceed supply within the EU, while all forecasts suggest that, as economic growth resumes, the demand for IT expertise will be even greater... [+]

Master of Art Programs in Engineering & Technology. The demand for information technology specialists is steadily rising all over the world. The European Commission believes that even in a 'stagnation' scenario, demand for IT specialists will exceed supply within the EU, while all forecasts suggest that, as economic growth resumes, the demand for IT expertise will be even greater. This innovative course responds to the latest developments in business practice. It examines the broader issues of business imperatives and technology responses that have changed the way information systems are perceived. It also addresses the key aspects of contemporary business information systems, from requirements analysis, system modelling and design to the development of modern software solutions and databases that can be incorporated into fully operational information systems. The course provides an excellent vehicle for challenging postgraduate study, which will develop your skills for employment and professional life. The course is aimed both at graduates with a good Honours degree in an IT or computing-related discipline, and at practitioners who want to further their careers, update their technical skills and deepen their knowledge of emerging technologies. Course content You will explore the latest technologies and industry standard, with a particular emphasis on the web, internet applications, enterprise information system, service-oriented and component-based development, and similar areas. By examining issues such as security, privacy and ethics in information system, you will enhance your understanding of societal use of information system. Embedded into the course are three themes that enable you to specialise your studies in contemporary information systems, enterprise-wide information system, or application development. Your course project consolidates the taught subjects of the course, while giving you the opportunity to pursue in-depth study in your chosen area. Teaching methods include lectures, student-led activity and smaller, instructor-led groups. Your coursework will range from presentations and group investigations to software development or research review. Taught modules may be assessed entirely through coursework, or may include a two-hour exam at the end of the year. Core modules ARCHITECTURES, DESIGN AND DEPLOYMENT OF IS You will explore the role and applicability of component-based modelling and relevant platforms available from industry, within the process of developing Information Systems (IS). METHODS FOR RESEARCH AND INDUSTRY This module aims to develop your knowledge and competence of the research process, and the application of research methods in the area of Business Information System.. POSTGRADUATE PROJECT MODULE The project consolidates the taught subjects of the course, while giving you the opportunity to pursue in-depth study in your chosen area of Business Information Systems. REQUIREMENTS AND SYSTEM MODELLING This module introduces you to the discipline of requirement analysis through requirements modelling in order to capture, validate, specify and manage requirements in Information Systems Development projects. You will also focus on the analysis of risks and failures of ISD projects, with emphasis on the role of requirement analysis when building 'right' systems. Course-specific entry requirements You should have a good Honours degree (at least a Lower Second Class) from a UK university (or overseas equivalent) in an IT or computing discipline, or in another discipline that is either closely related to IT or computing (eg economics and business studies), or provides important underpinning for/insight into it (eg sciences or engineering). You may also be considered according to work experience and other qualifications. If your first language is not English you will need an IELTS score of at least 6.5, with 6.0 or above in each element, or equivalent. Associated careers Graduates can expect to find employment as business intelligence consultants, business systems analysts and designers, enterprise consultants and managers, ETL marketers, and ETL/OLAP programmers and application developers. Recent graduates have found employment with a range of organisations including Accenture, the British Council, Centaur Holdings PLC, Deutsche Bank, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, GlaxoSmithKline, Home Office, IBM, Logica, Merrill Lynch, Nationwide, PWC, Standard and Poor's, University of Hertfordshire, Taylor Woodrow, and a number of local authorities. Professional recognition This course is accredited by the British computer society for partial fulfilment of the academic requirement for a Chartered IT Professional. [-]

MA in Transportation Design

Umeå University, Umeå Institute of Design
Campus Full time September 2017 Sweden Umeå

The MA in Transportation Design Programme is unique in its scope of interest, dealing with the whole transportation design field in cooperation with industry. Students are educated to have an ... [+]

MA in Transportation Design

Masters programme, 120 ECTS-credits

 

During the last century man has come to depend on transportation as a social and lifestyle necessity. The world has evolved with the desire and need to use vehicles. Cars, for instance, have become an integral part of our culture.

 

Our Transportation Design Programme is unique in its scope of interest, dealing with the whole transportation design field in cooperation with industry. Students are educated to have an open mind on both conceptual ideas and detailed realistic design solutions. They are encouraged to have a balanced thinking process where form and function work together. ... [-]


MA International Tourism and Aviation Management with Internship

UWL University of West London
Campus Full time 18  September 2017 United Kingdom London

The Master's programme in International Tourism and Aviation Management seeks to prepare aspiring individuals for a managerial career within either the tourism and aviation industry. [+]

Master of Art Programs in Engineering & Technology. MA International Tourism and Aviation Management with Internship The Master's programme in International Tourism and Aviation Management seeks to prepare aspiring individuals for a managerial career within either the tourism and aviation industry. For existing practitioners, it offers the opportunity to develop and redefine knowledge and assess trends and changing management practices within their industry. It is offered as a one year full-time and two year part-time course. The Internship Course seeks to provide the same rigorous and challenging programme of professional practice as the MA but has the added advantage of including a 24 week paid internship incorporated into the period of study. This makes it ideal for students seeking to add a practical dimension to their studies and understand the demands of workplace supervision and management. Internship opportunities exist throughout the tourism and aviation industries both within the UK and overseas. The internship process is co-ordinated by the University’s own dedicated internship team and draws upon contacts with over three thousand employers. The MA programme is essentially global in perspective drawing upon international case study material. In adopting a generic business and management approach to the study of tourism and aviation management the course seeks to avoid the excessive subject specialisation that characterises many of its competitors. In doing so it widens career opportunities and the possibility of movement between the two sectors. The key strength of the programme is its simple yet flexible structure. Employer engagement is assured with guest speakers drawn from industry and the use of ‘live client ’briefs. The programme is taught by a young but experienced team all with a background in either tourism and/or aviation management. Many of these staff are extensively published and are asked to speak at events and conferences throughout the world. The MA is taught in a dedicated learning environment within the university with elements of the programme sponsored by key industry players. The course has links with ‘sister programmes’ in Europe, Asia and North America allowing the opportunity for staff and student exchange. In addition, it is accredited by the Institute of Travel and Tourism. The programme is delivered in a Q.A.A. (UK Government Quality Assurance Agency) centre of excellence for tourism and aviation education. Field work, trips and visits are a feature of the course. [-]

Master in Game Development

Academy of Art University
Campus or Online Full time 2 - 3  September 2017 USA San Francisco

The MFA Game Development program allows students to further their careers by synthesizing traditional art and design fundamentals with today’s groundbreaking technologies. Students level up their skill through hands-on prototyping of game mechanics and art creation, followed by creating a thesis project and an industry-quality portfolio. [+]

The MFA Game Development program allows students to further their careers by synthesizing traditional art and design fundamentals with today’s groundbreaking technologies. Students level up their skill through hands-on prototyping of game mechanics and art creation, followed by creating a thesis project and an industry-quality portfolio. MFA Game Development Unit Requirements Major 27 units Directed Study 18 units Graduate Liberal Arts 12 units Electives* 6 units TOTAL 63 units *Per director approval MFA Game Development Degree Requirements Successful completion of Final Thesis Project Minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA Minimum grade of C in all required 63 units MFA Program Learning Outcomes Graduate students will meet the following student performance criteria: MFA Thesis Project Present an original thesis concept worthy of the MFA degree Demonstrate the feasibility of the thesis project Create a thesis project that demonstrates a mastery of interactive game design and specialized knowledge of game art or game and level design. Visual Communication Critically evaluate the aesthetics, meaning and effect of imagery. Technology Demonstrate mastery of the tools and technology related to area of specialty Demonstrate familiarity with contemporary game production technology and processes by completing game documents and a playable level Presentation Skills Present their ideas and solutions in a cogent and well-organized manner. Critical Thinking & Problem Solving Create project schedules and milestones and manage resources to meet project goals Research and generate workable solutions under a deadline. Demonstrate a sophisticated level of understanding of game art or design Professional Readiness Produce a professional demo reel or portfolio which meets industry standards. Work cooperatively and effectively in a production environment. Specialty Skills: Game Art Model, texture and light 3-dimensional forms that are genre and format specific. Implement industry and hardware budgets and prepare files for production. Implement concepts in 2D or 3D within budget and to project specifications Specialty Skills: Game & Level Design Communicate abstract ideas using game design documents and 2D maps Create playable games with both vector and 3D technology Visit www.academyart.edu to learn more about total costs, median student loan debt, potential occupations and other information. Accredited Member WSCUC, NASAD, CIDA (BFA-IAD, MFA-IAD), NAAB (B.ARCH*, M.ARCH), CTC (California Teacher Credential). Acting degree program is currently not offering online courses. **B.ARCH is currently in candidacy status. [-]

MA Design: Expanded Practice

Goldsmiths, University of London
Campus Full time 15  August 2017 United Kingdom London

This is a radical post-disciplinary programme for practitioners who want to push the boundaries of what design can be and do. In MA Design we work with you to transform your practice as a critical and social undertaking. [+]

Master of Art Programs in Engineering & Technology. This is a radical post-disciplinary programme for practitioners who want to push the boundaries of what design can be and do. In MA Design we work with you to transform your practice as a critical and social undertaking. 1st in the UK for Design for the second year running (Guardian University Guide League Tables 2017) 11th in the world for Design (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2016) By challenging the role and norms of traditional design towards an emerging type of ‘advanced design’, unshackled from the history of specialisms and entrenched methods, you will become part of a community of practice. You'll be encouraged to actively contribute to a deep understanding of how design is set to address and affect change within contemporary society. Examine your own practice, whatever your background Designers and non-designers are accepted on the MA Design programme. Whatever your background or previous degree we expect you to examine your own practice. This might be in a traditional field of design such as graphic design, product design, fashion design, or interior design, for example. Other fields such as teaching, social science, humanities, curating, engineering, science and business are also considered practices and welcomed on the programme. Thematic studios and project-based learning You'll choose to situate yourself within one of six thematic Studios, each with a distinct identity: Cities & Urbanism Communication & Experience Fashions & Embodiment Innovation & Service Interaction & Technology Participation & Politics Your learning will centre around projects, which you'll investigate alongside fellow students, faculty and visiting experts. The Studios are spaces where we encourage you to materially experiment, question your practice, evolve new design languages and engage with contemporary discourses, with the aims of tackling the new contexts of consumption, production and possibility. Reconsider and reframe your practice This 15-month MA Design: Expanded Practice also includes the Extended Practice module undertaken in a professional setting such as work placement, field research, summer school or conference. This will support you in building a network and body of work that allows you to reconsider and reframe your professional practice. Is there work experience built into this programme? Why is the Masters 15 months long? Will there be a final degree show? Explore answers to some frequently asked questions about the approach of this programme. Entry requirements You should have (or expect to be awarded) an undergraduate degree of at least second class standard in a relevant/related subject. If you don't have a related undergraduate degree we also welcome those who have significant practical experience in a design-related field: you will be judged on the relevance of your previous work experience, and on your art and/or design work. We will also consider applicants who do not have a design-related background but who have engaged in research either in academia (as students or academics) or at work. We expect a high standard of achievement in design or other creative practice, and competencies in the use of equipment used to produce design work (IT and/or manufacture workshop skills). You need to present, in portfolio and at interview, evidence of evolved critical and creative thinking in design. Equivalent qualifications We accept a wide range of international qualifications. Find out more about the qualifications we accept from around the world. English language requirements If English isn’t your first language, you’ll need to meet our English language requirements to study with us. For this programme we require: IELTS 6.5 (with a minimum of 6.5 in the written test) If you need assistance with your English language, we offer a range of courses that can help prepare you for postgraduate-level study. [-]

Master of Science in Information Technology Management (MS-ITM)

Golden Gate University
Campus or Online Full time Part time September 2017 USA San Francisco USA Online + 1 more

A comprehensive graduate degree program designed to train business students for a career as a CIO, CTO, or IT manager. Contemporary Information Technology (IT) managers are organizational leaders who bridge and integrate the worlds of business and IT. They engage business leaders in ongoing and innovative application of information technologies that enable business success, and have the skill sets to function in a complex discipline with many facets. [+]

Master of Science in Information Technology Management (MS-ITM) A comprehensive graduate degree program designed to train business students for a career as a CIO, CTO, or IT manager. Contemporary Information Technology (IT) managers are organizational leaders who bridge and integrate the worlds of business and IT. They engage business leaders in ongoing and innovative application of information technologies that enable business success, and have the skill sets to function in a complex discipline with many facets. The Master of Science in Information Technology Management (MS ITM) program was designed by faculty with experience in leading-edge technologies to develop professionals suited for the top positions in the IT management field. The degree meets the needs of the modern management-level technology professional responsible for the planning, budgeting, design, integration and deployment of strategic enterprise technologies and programs that contribute to the business organization's success. The MS ITM curriculum is grounded in the four foundational components of IT: 1) software, 2) infrastructure, 3) network/communications, and 4) data. The program addresses these foundations from both a contemporary and forward-looking perspective. Instructors with extensive field experience at some of the Bay Area's top companies present courses that address strategic application of the foundation while integrating emerging technologies, e.g. unstructured data analytics, cloud services, virtualization, mobile platforms, and social media. Students with a special interest in Business Data Analytics may choose a concentration in either of those areas. LEARNING OUTCOMES Graduates of the Master of Science in Information Technology Management program will be able to: Explain the framework of the IT discipline, identifying both foundational and support organizations. Contribute to management level discussions with the business regarding IT's support of strategic goals and objectives. Identify and address issues associated with the internal operation of IT and offer solutions. Engage in planning and budgeting processes for all components of IT. Use their knowledge of IT organizations to break down barriers existing between IT silos in their work environment. Engage their business community in meaningful dialog that results in a strong partnership. Integrate new and emerging technologies into each of the foundational components of IT. Apply knowledge gained in the program to the completion of a major capstone project. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Students considered for admission to this program will have a minimum of 30 undergraduate credits in IT courses, or three years of substantial full-time work experience in an IT department. A business/engineering manager with four years of experience whose job requires significant interaction with IT may also be considered. The Master of Science degree in IT Management requires completion of 33 units in the graduate program. Foundation program courses may be waived in accordance with university policy regarding course waivers. To facilitate scheduling, students may be admitted to advanced program courses before completion of the foundation program, but must complete the foundation courses by the time that nine units have been earned in the advanced program. Graduate Writing Proficiency Requirement Students admitted to the Master of Science in IT Management degree program must meet the graduate writing proficiency requirement within the first nine units of the program by successfully passing the Graduate Writing Proficiency Exam or by completing ENGL 201 (formerly ENGL 301) Graduate Writing with a grade of B or better. See "Proficiency in Mathematics, English and Computer Skills Required for Certain Master's Degrees and Certain Graduate Certificates." Math Proficiency Requirement Students admitted to this program are expected to possess a level of mathematical skill at least equivalent to Intermediate Algebra (MATH 20). Students may meet this requirement by satisfying one of the screening criteria listed under the heading "Proficiency in Mathematics, English and Computer Skills Required for Certain Master's Degrees and Certain Graduate Certificates." CURRICULUM TOTAL UNITS -- 39 FOUNDATION PROGRAM -- 6 UNITS Foundation courses provide the groundwork for the advanced program core and concentration courses. Some or all of the foundation courses may be waived if you have previously completed comparable undergraduate courses. For more information on waivers, please speak with an enrollment counselor at 888.GGU.EDU1. MATH 240 Data Analysis for Managers MGT 210 Management Theory and Communications ADVANCED PROGRAM -- 33 UNITS Students in the MS ITM Management program should complete ITM 300 in the first nine units of the program. ITM 300 is a co-requisite of ITM 304, ITM 315, ITM 316, and ITM 317. Students must complete Math 240 prior to taking ITM 324, ITM 325, and/or ITM 345. Required Courses -- 24 units ITM 300 Management of IT in the Business Enterprise ITM 304 Managing Data Systems ITM 315 Infrastructure and Hosted Services ITM 316 Software Engineering ITM 317 Networks & Communications ITM 323 Security, Privacy, & Compliance ITM 343 Budgeting & Finance for IT Managers ITM 395 Strategic IT Planning, Organization & Leadership (Capstone) Concentration -- 9 units Choose one of the following concentrations: General Information Technology Management Concentration Business Data Analytics Concentration [-]

Master in Innovation and Technology Management

University of Tartu
Campus Full time September 2017 Estonia Tartu

The programme educates specialists who are able to implement ICT solutions to management processes of enterprises. [+]

Master of Art Programs in Engineering & Technology. The Innovation and Technology programme educates specialists who are able to implement ICT solutions to management processes of enterprises and thus help companies to grow through more added value created. Qualified students should have a bachelor's degree in economy or ICT related field. Upon successful graduation, a student: has an overview of innovation theories and innovation policy has deep knowledge in the application of innovation or technology management is able to collect, analyse and interpret data of company from strategic and operational level to measure productivity of the company is able to use different methods to analyse company business processes to propose improvements and to measure implementation efficency is able to do business with digital products and manage those is familiar with developments in technology is collaborative and can communicate with different stakeholders, is able to lead meetings and workshops Graduates can work as innovation or process managers in any company that is already implementing or planning to implement ICT solutions in their processes. Students also have the ability to start their own company, especially as a consultation business in implementing ICT solutions, or work in public sector in the filed of innovation policy or digitalisation. The University of Tartu belongs to the TOP 2% of the world's best universities (QS and THE rankings). It is located in Tartu, the second largest city in Estonia, which is known as the Student Capital of Estonia. 13 000 students are enrolled at the University of Tartu, incl. 1300 international students. [-]

MA in Social Anthropology & Computing

University of Kent, School of Anthropology & Conservation
Campus Full time August 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

The aim of the MA in Social Anthropology with Computing is to prepare you to apply appropriate computer-based methods to anthropological research at a relatively advanced and creative level. [+]

Our School is highly inter-disciplinary and our postgraduate students can benefit from a wide variety of expertise not only in the traditional fields of social anthropology but also in areas such as environmental anthropology, ethnobotany, conservation biology, biodiversity management, environmental law and, in particular, computing applications for anthropology. The School also houses the Centre for Social Anthropology and Computing (CSAC) under its Director, Dr. Michael Fischer. Thanks to the Centre the School is one of the world's leading institutions in the field of the application of computing techniques to anthropology. The aim of the MA in Social Anthropology with Computing is to prepare you to apply appropriate computer-based methods to anthropological research at a relatively advanced and creative level. You will develop a research perspective in social anthropology - the design, planning, implementation and analysis of anthropological research - and apply specialised computing methods to anthropological research and analysis. The following Master's programmes are recognised by the ESRC as having research training status, so successful completion of these courses is sufficient preparation for research in the various fields of social anthropology. Many of our students do, in fact, go on to do MPhil and PhD research. Others use their Master's qualification in employment ranging from research in government departments to teaching to consultancy work overseas. Postgraduate Diploma students may study the same course content as MA and MSc students on the respective programmes, but diploma programmes run for nine months full-time and are assessed by essays and course participation alone. Diploma students who successfully complete the coursework may, on application, be accepted onto the research and dissertation module which leads to the award of MA or MSc. Course Structure - Design and Implementation of Computer Applications in Anthropology (20 credits) Pascal Programming I and II (20 credits) - Two modules drawn from the School of Computing (40 credits) - Two modules (40 credits) drawn from Social Anthropology, usually Research Methods and one other module relating to your interests. Students with a strong computing background can exchange one module between computing and social anthropology, and/or take more advanced modules in computing than those ordinarily offered. - Computing application and short dissertation (Please note that students with no background in Java programming must take a special three-week module before the beginning of the academic year in September.) [-]

Master of Arts in International Science and Technology Policy

The George Washington University - Elliott School Of International Affairs
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 USA District of Columbia + 1 more

At the George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs, we offer a Master of Arts in International Science and Technology Policy that is one of the most prominent programs of its kind in the world. Our students receive more than just a classroom education in policy analysis, research methods, and issues in science and technology; they also learn about the global impacts of these policies and put them to practice in the Washington, DC, science and technology community. [+]

Master of Art Programs in Engineering & Technology. Scientific and technological advances are critical to international competitiveness, improvements in the quality of life around the world, and national growth. In today’s global economy, few fields of policy studies are more pivotal to the world of international affairs than that of science and technology policy. Most universities place their science and technology policy programs within schools of public policy or engineering. At the George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs, we offer a Master of Arts in International Science and Technology Policy that is one of the most prominent programs of its kind in the world. Our students receive more than just a classroom education in policy analysis, research methods, and issues in science and technology; they also learn about the global impacts of these policies and put them to practice in the Washington, DC, science and technology community. Is this program for you? Our students study everything from biotechnology and nanotechnology to information technology and the Internet, from security issues to international development, from energy and environmental concerns to space policy. Our program gives students the tools and training to understand the importance of science, technology, and innovation to pressing societal and economic issues and the skills to apply these policies in almost any setting. The program’s flexible curriculum combines required courses and electives selected to meet a student’s individual professional goals and intellectual interests. Classes meet in the evenings, accommodating the busy schedules of working professionals and allowing students to pursue daytime internships or employment in government, the private sector, non-profits, and international organizations in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area. [-]

MA Science-Technology-Society

University of Vienna
Campus Full time October 2017 Austria Vienna

The MA Science-Technology-Society trains students to contribute to a research based critical understanding of the ever more important relations of science, technology and society. [+]

Knowledge and technologies are deeply intertwined with the ways we live in the world. How we communicate, move, work and care for our health – all this is constantly changing through new scientific and technological options. However, new techno-scientific possibilities also challenge existing value structures and ways of living, which leads to societal debates about risks, ethics and social justice. For detailed information see the STS-Website. At the same time, science and technology are not untouched by the societal environment they are part of. Socio-economic expectations and broader imaginaries of techno-scientific futures are part and parcel of contemporary research cultures, and influence how knowledge is produced and innovations are made. Understanding these complex relations of science, technology and society is crucial in the world of today. The master’s program Science-Technology-Society offers a unique opportunity to acquire expertise in this domain. The MA Science-Technology-Society trains students to contribute to a research based critical understanding of the ever more important relations of science, technology and society. Central elements of the program profile are a) a strong research orientation, b) internationality both in the scope of teaching as well as in the background of the students, c) a clear social science approach with a dedicated openness to the heterogeneous disciplinary backgrounds of its students and d) a focus on complementary skills vital in today’s academic and knowledge work contexts. In its respective specialisations, the MA in Science-Technology-Society provides a comprehensive and critical approach to analysing how (techno)sciences and society communicate and interact; the cultures and contexts in which knowledge and innovations are produced and used; how politics frames and is framed by science and technology. The MA Science-Technology-Society was established in 2009 and is a two-year English language programme. The number of students is limited to 25 per year. For more information click here. [-]

MArch in Sustainable and Energy Efficient Cities (MArch(SEEC))

University of the Witwatersrand
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2  February 2017 South Africa Johannesburg + 1 more

The MArch(SEEC) qualification is a one year full-time programme on sustainability and energy studies with a focus on cities, settlements, buildings and architecture. With a strong focus on the energy and climate change challenge, this multi-disciplinary programme aims to arm the graduates with an integrated range of competencies which will make them invaluable role players in decision making concerning the future/sustainability of cities and their built environment. [+]

Master of Art Programs in Engineering & Technology. The MArch(SEEC) qualification is a one year full-time programme on sustainability and energy studies with a focus on cities, settlements, buildings and architecture. With a strong focus on the energy and climate change challenge, this multi-disciplinary programme aims to arm the graduates with an integrated range of competencies which will make them invaluable role players in decision making concerning the future/sustainability of cities and their built environment. Besides the basic technical principles on a variety of the interventions/technologies at different scales, courses in the programme address a wide range of inter-related issues including policy frameworks, institutional structures, markets, behavior, finance and socio-economic dimensions. Benefits of the programme Arising from their inter-disciplinary skills and competencies, graduates of this qualification are expected to play a significant role in the transition processes towards greening cities and the economy as well as consumption and lifestyles in the South African, regional and global economies/markets. Curriculum Outline/Modules taught Compulsory courses to a total of 160 Credits: ARPL7010 - Understanding Cities of the South (20) ARPL7054 - Energy for Sustainable Cities (20) ARPL7055 - Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy for Buildings (20) ARPL7040 - Research Methods (10) ARPL7056 - Research Report (in the field of SEEC) (90) Elective Course(s) from the Following Options, to a total of 20-Credits: ARPL7032 - Environmental Planning & Sustainable Development (20) ARPL7005 - Social and Technical Sustainability in Housing (20) Closing dates for applications October 31 – South African applicants August 30 – International applicants [-]