Why study the Master of Technology Management with UTS Online

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Learning Outcomes

The below learning outcomes reflect the general pathway and depending on your choice of electives listed under each stream, you will further build on these to align with your career goals.   

  • Enterprise skills 
    Identify management issues related to information systems activities within enterprise and examine the basic technologies that enable business outcomes.
  • Database design 
    Critically evaluate database designs and the role that databases play in effective software applications. You’ll be able to effectively communicate database designs and implementation concepts. 
  • Artificial intelligence (AI) solutions 
    Compare and contrast technologies used to achieve AI solutions and apply data visualisation techniques to an enterprise data set. 
  • Technical knowledge 
    Get the knowledge to use in-demand, high-level programming languages in R and Python to write custom programs for analysing data. 
  • Project design skills 
    Gain skills in ideating, researching, validating and testing potential testing solutions. Design and refine solution prototypes, and integrate and communicate the outcomes of reflexive practice applied in the project design process. 
  • Project application 
    Apply your learning/theoretical knowledge and skills to your professional practice. Implement an enterprise-focused and integrated technology management project, evaluate its impact against appropriate benchmarks, and communicate the outcomes. 

If your chosen sub-major is in AI or cybersecurity, please refer to the learning outcomes for the Graduate Certificate in Artificial Intelligence Management and the Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity Management

Who should study this course?

The Master of Technology Management is suitable for analysts or managers with a technical background and business acumen, who have experience within IT projects and functions. 

Students of this course have technical knowledge from various industries, might work in roles such as: 

  • Technical Analyst
  • IT Project Manager
  • Engineering Manager
  • Software Engineer
  • IT Manager
  • Technical Product Manager
  • Website Developer/App Developer
  • Full-Stack Developer
  • Start-Up Development Manager
  • Automation Engineer
  • UI Engineer
  • Tech Consultant
  • Chief Information Officer (CIO)

See entry requirements under course information for more eligibility information.

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Step One: Choose your sub-major (1 of 3)

Enterprise Technology sub-major (general pathway)
Complete all of the following subjects:

  • Enabling Enterprise Information Systems (6CP)
  • Database (6CP)
  • Artificial Intelligence for Enterprises (6CP) 
  • Data Processing Using R + Data Processing Using Python (6CP)

This sub-major can also be taken as a Graduate Certificate in Technology Management.

Artificial Intelligence sub-major
Complete all of the following subjects:

  • Artificial Intelligence for Enterprises (6CP)
  • Machine Learning (6CP)
  • Data Ethics and Regulation (6CP)
  • Data Visualisation and Visual Analytics (6CP)

This sub-major can also be taken as a Graduate Certificate in Artificial Intelligence Management.

Cybersecurity sub-major
Complete all of the following subjects:

  • Data Visualisation and Visual Analytics (6CP)
  • Cybersecurity Analytics and Insights (6CP)
  • Cybersecurity Management (6CP)
  • Data Ethics and Regulation (6CP)

This sub-major can also be taken as a Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity Management.

Step Two: Choose your elective subjects from both streams

Management, Enterprise & Technology stream
Select 24CP from the following:

  • Leading Organisational Change (6CP)
  • Technology and Innovation Management (6CP)
  • Building Enterprise Agility (6CP)
  • Digital Strategy: Aligning Business and Technology (6CP)
  • Data Ethics and Regulation (6CP)
  • Cybersecurity Analytics and Insights (6CP)
  • Cybersecurity Management (6CP)
  • Artificial Intelligence for Enterprises (6CP)
  • Machine Learning (6CP)
  • Enabling Enterprise Information Systems (6CP)
  • Database (6CP)
  • Data Visualisation and Visual Analytics (6CP)
  • Data Processing Using R + Data Processing Using Python (6CP)

Technology & Enterprise stream
Select 12CP from the following:

  • Leading Organisational Change (6CP)
  • Technology and Innovation Management (6CP)
  • Building Enterprise Agility (6CP)
  • Digital Strategy: Aligning Business and Technology (6CP)
Step Three: Complete your projects

Complete the following core subjects:

  • Project Design (6CP)
  • Project Application (6CP)

What you will study

The Master of Technology Management comprises 12 subjects (72 credit points) and can be completed in just two years, studying part-time.

Students will have the option to tailor their studies in one of the following: 

  • Enterprise Technology sub-major (general pathway) 
  • Artificial Intelligence sub-major 
  • Cybersecurity sub-major 

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These sub-majors can also be taken at a Graduate Certificate level. Take a look at the drop-down menu (Step One) below to see how this works. Applicants with relevant academic qualifications and professional work experience may also satisfy the entry criteria for the Executive Master of Technology Management.

The following steps show how you will progress through the Master of Technology Management course, starting with selecting a sub-major in your chosen field. To customise a course pathway that best suits you, speak with an Enrolment Advisor today.

Upcoming study periods

UTS Online courses have six intakes per year. The diagram below shows all upcoming
intakes, with the next intake highlighted in blue.

  • JAN
    2021
  • MAR
    2021
  • JUL
    2021
  • AUG
    2021
  • OCT
    2021

Next study period is May 2021.

Course information

To gain entry into the Master of Technology Management, applicants must have the following academic qualification and professional experience.

Academic Qualifications

Completed Bachelor's degree (or overseas equivalent) in Computer Science, Information Technology, Information Systems, Business Data Analytics, Software Engineering or others comparable to Field of Education (FoE) 02 Information Technology; or one of the following in a relevant field: 

  • Completed Master's degree; or 
  • Completed Graduate Diploma; or​ 
  • Completed Graduate Certificate; or
  • Completed Doctorate or Masters (Research or Coursework); or 
  • Incomplete coursework Doctorate; or 
  • Incomplete coursework Masters (1 year and above). 

 

Additional Requirements

In addition to the outlined qualifications, applicants need to satisfy minimum professional practice of at least two years full time (or equivalent), or alternative experience through their contributions to organisations and/or communities and/or start-ups and/or entrepreneurship may be considered.

This requirement may be demonstrated by the submission of: 

  • CV, electronic portfolio or professional profile outlining work experience, the dates of employment and position(s) held within the organisation.​ 

Assessment of other criteria:​ 

Demonstrates experience in a technology or enterprise management or professional role work integrated learning and contextualisation of academic qualifications. 

Eligibility for admission does not guarantee an offer of a place. 
 

Note: Applicants who do not meet the entry requirements for the Master of Technology Management may use the successful completion of the Graduate Certificate in Technology Management, Graduate Certificate in Artificial Intelligence Management or Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity Management as a pathway, provided they meet the specific entry requirements. 

Graduate Certificate
Description of the Course + 4 Number of units or continue studying

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English Language Requirement

All applicants are required to meet the University’s English language requirements: 

Academic IELTS: 6.5 overall with a writing score of 6.0; or TOEFL: paper based: 550-583 overall with TWE of 4.5, Internet based: 79-93 overall with a writing score of 21; or AE5: Pass; or PTE: 58-64; or CAE: 176-184. 

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FEE HELP

To assist with all or some of your tuition fees, FEE-HELP is available for eligible students. This government-supported loan scheme is designed to help eligible full-fee paying students pay their tuition fees.

To check your eligibility, feel free to speak with an Enrolment Advisor today.

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Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Applicants with a minimum of five years' work experience may be granted recognition of prior learning (RPL) for 24 credit points (four subjects), and gain entry to the Executive Master of Technology Management. An Executive Masters can be completed in as little as 16 months.   

To see if you’re eligible to receive RPL, speak with a Student Enrolment Advisor today.

 

Unsure about your situation?

One of our Student Enrolment Advisors can assist you with more information, including alternative pathways.

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Career outcomes

Students of this course may be an analyst or manager with a technical background and business acumen, and have experience within IT projects and functions. Studying this course could lead to roles such as:

  • General Manager (IT Technology Operations)
  • General Manager – Information Systems 
  • General Manager – Operations
  • Group Head of IT Operations and Infrastructure 
  • Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
  • Chief Information Officer (CIO)
  • Tech Consultancy Director

Unsure about your situation?

One of our Student Enrolment Advisors can assist you with more information, including alternative pathways.

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Graduate Diploma
All units from the Graduate Certificate + 4 Diploma units or continue studying

The Graduate Diploma focuses on giving you the foundational skills that industry demands plus the soft skills to influence business decisions at senior management levels. 

The fast-tracked model means you can graduate with a diploma in just over a year, plus it gives you a pathway to study the Master of Business Analytics. 

Master of Health Services Management
All subjects from the Graduate Certificate + 8 subjects from the Master of Health Services Management

The UTS Master of Health Services Management prepares leaders in health and social care who want to drive change and create safer, higher value and more equitable health systems and services.