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July 12, 2016 Webcast for the Management of Technology MS at NYU Tandon Online

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July 12, 2016 Webcast for the Management of Technology MS at NYU Tandon Online

  1. 1. NYU TANDON ONLINE M.S. IN MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY Tuesday, July 12 2:00pm-3:00pm Presenters Professor Vivek Veeraiah, Deputy Director Luke Modzier, Student Services Counselor
  2. 2. Click to edit Master text styles PRESENTERS Professor Vivek Veeriahah Deputy Director Luke Modzier Student Services Counselor
  3. 3. NYU BY THE NUMBERS • NYU is the largest private university in the United States • Second oldest engineering school in the US • 18 schools, colleges, and divisions in NYC 25countries 108incubator companies 1831Founding
  4. 4. NYU BY THE NUMBERS Abu Dhabi Nanjing Guangzhou Tel Aviv NYC Metro Area Berlin Buenos Aires Florence Ghana London Madrid Paris Prague Shanghai
  5. 5. NYU BY THE NUMBERS 4 salary potential in the Nation, according to Forbes# 10 innovative IT Schools according to Computerworld# • We have students from 93 countries • Undergraduate Students – 2,344 • Graduate Students – 2,868
  6. 6. RESEARCH CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE •Applied Dynamics and Optimization Lab •Information Systems and Internet Security (ISIS) Lab •Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Security and Privacy (CRISSP) •High-speed Networking Lab •Wireless Internet Center for Advanced Technology (WICAT) •Center for Advanced Technology in Telecom (CATT) •Control & Telecommunications Research Lab •CITE Game Innovation Lab •Experimental Media Center •NYC Media Lab
  7. 7. Click to edit Master text styles ACCREDITATION • Graduate and Undergraduate – New York State Education Department – Middle States Association • Undergraduate Engineering – Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) • Undergraduate Computer Science – Computer Science Accreditation Board (CSAB)
  8. 8. ONLINE GRADUATE PROGRAM What is NYU Tandon Online? NYU Tandon Online is the official Online Learning Unit of NYU Tandon School of Engineering. Allowing students to study Technology, Science, Management, and Engineering anytime and anywhere. Eliminates Barriers
  9. 9. ONLINE GRADUATE PROGRAM Highly Ranked Student Services and Technology #3 Student Engagement & Accreditation #4 Top Online Graduate Engineering School
  10. 10. ONLINE GRADUATE PROGRAM Highly Ranked 2012 Outstanding Cyber Security Online Program Award 2015 Ralph E. Gomory Award for High-Quality Online Education 2014 2014 Best Online Master’s In Engineering Program Most Technologically Savvy Online School
  11. 11. HOW IT WORKS Students attend online courses on NYUClasses • Assignments • Videos and audio • Quizzes and exams • Discussion boards Webinar • Virtual classroom • Live Streamed Courses Class specific software
  12. 12. HOW IT WORKS
  13. 13. HOW IT WORKS
  14. 14. HOW IT WORKS
  15. 15. HOW IT WORKS Course-Management System and Webcasting • Secured access to NYU Classes, the school’s virtual course management system and webcasting Online Resources • Online Resources • Digital library • Tutor Database • Career Management Portal • Grades, transcript, other data • Announcements • Class, enrollment, exam schedule • Calendar and E-Mail • Faculty directory
  16. 16. MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY • Bioinformatics • Computer Engineering • Cybersecurity • Management of Technology • Industrial Engineering • Manufacturing Engineering • Organizational Behavior, Systems and Analytics EDUCATIONAL COMMITMENT TO MANAGEMENTOF TECHNOLOGY
  17. 17. MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY • Bioinformatics • Computer Engineering • Cybersecurity • Management of Technology • Industrial Engineering • Manufacturing Engineering • Organizational Behavior, Systems and Analytics MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY
  18. 18. MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM The MOT M.S. Program Is For: • Technical professionals whose responsibilities have taken them to the intersection of business and technology. • People with a BBA, MBA and/or PhD who want to specialize in managing technology development and commercialization.
  19. 19. MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY M.S. CAREERS INDUSTRY POSITIONS • Business Analyst • Consultant • Global IT Project Manager • Human Resources Coordinator • Industrial Engineer • Network Engineer • Operations Manager • R&D Manager • Operations Research Analyst • Product Engineer • Sales Manager
  20. 20. MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM • Uses state-of-the-art concepts and practices: project work, classroom discussions, team work, and technology-enabled learning. • Helps students become effective managers and leaders of technological innovation in a global economy. • Employs top notch faculty members who are always ready to provide individualized attention.
  21. 21. MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM Core Program Faculty Leadership and Staff Bharat Rao, Ph.D. Department Head and Associate Professor Anne-Laure Fayard, Ph.D. Associate Professor Oded Nov, Ph.D. Associate Professor Beth Novak, Ph.D. Industry Professor Mike D’emic, Ph.D. Industry Professor Mike Driscoll, M.B.A. Industry Professor Vivek Veeraiah, M.B.A. Deputy Director Ari Ginsberg, M.B.A., Ph.D. Academic Director Industry Experts J.C. Bonilla Pavlos Mourdoukoutas Shelley Harrison Tom Mazzone
  22. 22. MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY GENERAL CURRICULUM – 36 Credits (3 Credits per course) – 27 Core, 6 Elective Credits, 3 Credits Capstone Experience – 2 – 3 year completion (1 – 3 courses per semester) Core 27 Credits Elective 6 Credits Capstone 3 Credits
  23. 23. MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY GENERAL CURRICULUM (1/2) Business and Technology Core (18 Credits) The following courses are all mandatory: • MG-GY 6013 Organizational Behavior 3 Credits • MG-GY 6073 Marketing, 3 Credits • MG-GY 6083 Economics, 3 Credits • MG-GY 6093 Accounting and Finance, 3 Credits • MG-GY 7953 Global Innovation, 3 Credits • MG-GY 8653 Managing Technological Change and Innovation, 3 Credits Management Tools Core (9 Credits) Students must take any three of the following courses: • MG-GY 6933 Information Technologies, Systems and Management in Organizations, 3 Credits • MG-GY 6303 Operations Management, 3 Credits • MG-GY 8203 Project Management, 3 Credits • MG-GY 9753 Selected Topics in Mgmt (Business Analytics), 3 Credits • MG-GY 9753 Selected Topics in Mgmt (Communications for Tech Managers), 3 Credits
  24. 24. MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY GENERAL CURRICULUM (2/2) Management and Technology Electives (6 Credits) Students can take both 1.5 credits and 3 credits courses totaling up to 6 credits including approved internships (CP9911 and CP9921) and management tools specialization core courses not counted towards core course requirements. Management and Technology Capstone Project (3 Credits) Students must undertake a project that serves as a culminating integrative learning experience that demonstrates their mastery of the relevant concepts, insights, and tools they have acquired in the program. They may choose one of the following options to fulfill this requirement: • MG-GY 9503 MOT Capstone, 3 Credits • MG-GY 9703 Projects in Strategy & Innovation Management, 3 Credits • MG-GY 9973 Master's Thesis, 3 Credits • MG-GY 9753 Selected Topics in Mgmt (Individually Guided projects), 3 Credits
  25. 25. SAMPLE COURSE SEQUENCE 1 SPRING 2016: Accounting and Finance [MG GY 6093] Communication for Tech Managers [MG GY 9753] Economics [MG GY 6083] SUMMER 2016: Organizational Behavior [MG GY 6013] Marketing [MG GY 6073] FALL 2016: Project Management [MG GY 8203] Business Analytics [MG GY 9753] Elective-1 SPRING 2017: Managing Tech Change [MG GY 8653] Global Innovation [MG GY 7953] Elective-2 SUMMER 2017/FALL 2017: MOT Capstone [MG GY 9503]
  26. 26. SAMPLE COURSE SEQUENCE 2 SPRING 2016: Accounting and Finance [MG GY 6093] Communication for Tech Managers [MG GY 9753] Economics [MG GY 6083] SUMMER 2016: Organizational Behavior [MG GY 6013] Marketing [MG GY 6073] FALL 2016: Project Management [MG GY 8203] Business Analytics [MG GY 9753] Elective-1 SPRING 2017: Managing Tech Change [MG GY 8653] Global Innovation [MG GY 7953] Elective-2 SUMMER 2017/FALL 2017: MOT Capstone [MG GY 9503]
  27. 27. MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY CURRICULUM – 36 Core Business and Technology Credit – 24 Core Technology Management Tools Credits, 9 Concentration Credits – 3 Credits Capstone Experience – 2 – 3 year completion (1 – 3 courses per semester) Core 24 Credits Concentration 9 Credits Capstone 3 Credits
  28. 28. MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY CURRICULUM Mandatory Core (18 Credits) The following courses are all mandatory: • MG-GY 6013 Organizational Behavior 3 Credits • MG-GY 6073 Marketing, 3 Credits • MG-GY 6083 Economics, 3 Credits • MG-GY 6093 Accounting and Finance, 3 Credits • MG-GY 7953 Global Innovation, 3 Credits • MG-GY 8653 Managing Technological Change and Innovation, 3 Credits Tech Management Tools Core (6 Credits) Students must take any two of the following courses: • MG-GY 6933 Information Technologies, Systems and Management in Organizations, 3 Credits • MG-GY 8203 Project Management, 3 Credits • MG-GY 9753 Selected Topics in Mgmt (Business Analytics), 3 Credits • MG-GY 9753 Selected Topics in Mgmt (Communications for Tech Managers), 3 Credits
  29. 29. MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY CURRICULUM Management of Technology Capstone Project (3 Credits) Students must undertake a project that serves as a culminating integrative learning experience that demonstrates their mastery of the relevant concepts, insights, and tools they have acquired in the program. They may choose one of the following options to fulfill this requirement: • MG-GY 9503 MOT Capstone, 3 Credits • MG-GY 9703 Projects in Strategy & Innovation Management, 3 Credits • MG-GY 9973 Master's Thesis, 3 Credits • MG-GY 9753 Selected Topics in Mgmt (Individually Guided projects), 3 Credits
  30. 30. MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATIONS Concentration 1: Project Management (6 credits) The Master of Science in Management of Technology with Project Management concentration program offers a solid core of project management courses. The curriculum addresses the increased demand for project managers with technical knowledge and the ability to lead, innovate and manage in the 21st century. • 2 Elective Courses • Any MG-GY graduate level courses at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering
  31. 31. MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATIONS Concentration 2: Human Capital Engineering & Analytics (9 credits) The concentration in Human Capital Engineering and Analytics will provide you with the latest innovations in HR management systems that integrate talent management, workforce analytics, knowledge management, process re-engineering, and other applications of organization science as well as industrial engineering to more effectively recruit, develop and retain talent for attaining organizational effectiveness. • MG-GY 6181 Talent Management Systems (1.5 Credits) • MG-GY 6343 Human Capital Engineering and Analytics (3 Credits) • MG-GY 6361 Managing Business Process Reengineering (1.5 Credits) • MG-GY 6373 Human Capital Big Data, Predictive Analytics, & Roi (3 Credits)
  32. 32. MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATIONS Concentration 3: Human Resource Information Systems (9 Credits) The concentration in Human Resource Information Systems integrates knowledge and skills in information systems and web-based technologies together with human resource management to achieve organizational effectiveness. • MG-GY 6123 Human Resource Management (3 Credits) • MG-GY 6263 Human Resource Information Systems (3 Credits) • MG-GY 6283 Web-Based Human Resource Management (3 Credits)
  33. 33. MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATIONS Concentration 4: Cyber Security (9 credits) The concentration in Cyber Security program offers a solid curriculum core in management plus three courses focused on overseeing a team of cyber security experts. The curriculum addresses the increased demand for managers with technical knowledge in cybersecurity. • CS-GY 6833 Introduction to Information Security Management (3 Credits) • CS-GY 6863 Fundamentals of Security Information Management (3 Credits) • CS-GY 6883 Practices in Information Security Management (3 Credits)
  34. 34. TUITION Graduate tuition, per credit $ 1,646 Registration and service fee, per credit $ 85 Estimated cost of one course, 3 credits $ 5,193 Estimated cost of a Master’s Degree $ 62,000 Estimated cost of a Certificate Degree $ 19,000
  35. 35. SOCIETY CO-SPONSORS Tuition Scholarships Society Member Benefits engineering.nyu.edu/enterprise-learning/society-co-sponsors
  36. 36. APPLICATION ELIGIBILITY • Bachelor’s degree from accredited school • Greater than 3.0 GPA in undergraduate school • Preference for accredited ABET, ACS and CSAB schools • Some may be required to take prerequisite courses without graduate credit
  37. 37. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS • Application Form • $75 Fee • Resume • Personal Statement • Transcripts • Two Letters of Recommendation • GRE or GMAT Scores (NYU School Code 2668) • English Language Proficiency (TOEFL/IELTS/CAE/Pearson PTE) Required to Submit Your Application Required to Complete Your Application
  38. 38. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS • Application Form • $75 Fee • Resume • Personal Statement Required to Submit Your Application
  39. 39. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS • Transcripts • GRE or GMAT Scores (NYU School Code 2668) • Two Letters of Recommendation • English Language Proficiency (TOEFL/IELTS/CAE/Pearson PTE) Required to Complete Your Application
  40. 40. APPLICATION DEADLINES Fall 2016 Spring 2017* Full-Time Applicants (9+ Credits per semester) Passed September 1, 2016 Part-Time Applicants - Early Admission (Fewer than 9 credits per semester) Passed October 1, 2016 Part-Time Applicants (Fewer than 9 credits per semester) Passed November 1, 2016 All documents due Passed December 15, 2016
  41. 41. NYU TANDON ONLINE FUTURE WEBINARS • Industrial Engineering • Thu, Jul 28 at 2:00 PM • Management of Technology • Tue, Sep 13 at 2:00 PM • Bioinformatics • Thu, Jul 14 at 2:00 PM • Wed, Jul 20 at 2:00 PM • Computer/Electrical Engineering • Tue, Jul 26 at 1:00 PM • General Webinar • Mon, Jul 18 at 2:00 PM
  42. 42. NYU TANDON ONLINE CONTACT INFORMATION Luke Modzier Student Services Counselor luke.modzier@nyu.edu (646) 997-3071 Front Desk online.engineering.nyu.edu tandon.online@nyu.edu (646) 997-3623 nyu.tandon.online @NYUTandonOnline #NYUOnline /NYUTandonOnline Professor Vivek Veeraiah Deputy Director and Professor vvivek@nyu.edu – (646) 997-4015

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