Online Information Session: Executive M.S. in Technology Management
Do you want to be a leader of digital transformation? Join our online information session to explore how joining Columbia University’s Executive Master of Science in Technology Management program could be the right career move for you.
Technology is disrupting and transforming the way businesses deliver, manage, and measure their services. And it’s driving the demand for skilled leaders who can understand and implement technology in a strategic, future-oriented way. Are you prepared to steer a company through the massive change that’s coming in the new decade?
Join Dr. Art Langer and the admissions team to learn about the program’s key features, including:
- Our exclusive network of 260+ mentors. From the start, each and every student is selected by a leading technology executive for year-long mentorship. The mentor provides dedicated, one-on-one guidance as the student develops their own business plan. Students enter the program with an idea, but through our highly personalized mentorships, they graduate with fully-developed, actionable business plans.
- The practical approach to learning. The coursework and the master’s project help students to master core business functions—finance, accounting, and leadership—and fully develop business plans of their own.
- An accelerated format for working professionals. It takes just 16 months to complete the program. The combination of online courses, including areas of focus, and in-person seminars in New York City or Paris provides students with the flexibility to tailor the experience to their goals.
Secure your spot today and join us online for this information session. Ample time will be provided to get your questions answered by Dr. Art Langer and our admissions team.
Scheduling conflict? If you are unable to attend, register for the event and we will send you the recording shortly after the session ends.
I have been overwhelmed and amazed with the industry recognition and respect that comes from earning an Executive Master’s degree... I was blessed with an amazing mentor who pushed me to think and act as an executive. He taught me to own the space that occupies the intersection where business and technology meet. For the first time in my 23-year career in technology, companies have been pursuing me.”Matthew Smith | ’17SPS, Technology Management | Managing Consultant, LeadingAgile