The College of Technology offers 11 master's degrees that position many students and working professionals for successful career paths. Graduates with master's degrees typically earn higher salaries, potentially earning a median salary that is at least $11,000*more per year (United States Bureau of Labor Statistics Data, 2015).
The College of Technology's master's degrees include:
- Computational Health Informatics
- Construction Management
- Global Retailing
- Human Resource Development
- Information System Security
- Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Network Communications
- Supply Chain and Logistics Technology
- Technology Project Management
If you think that a master's degree is the right choice, there are a variety of options to consider.
For more information: College of Technology M.S. Degree Programs