Eastern Michigan University

College Of Technology  
College Of Technology

109 Sill Hall
Ypsilanti, MI,48197

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For detailed information, click the following link to visit the program website at : http:/www.emich.edu/cot/progsites/msts/index.html

About the Program

The School of Technology Studies offers a graduate degree for working professionals, the Master of Science in Technology Studies (MS-TCST). Evening, online and hybrid courses permit part-time and full time study toward the Masters degree.

As technology shapes the new global economy, we need to stay current in this rapidly changing world. Professionals must constantly update their knowledge and skills to cope with the spreading impact of change, beyond what many professional educational programs provide. This degree is designed to provide the knowledge and skills to lead and manage technological change.

The key feature of our program is to provide students with a set of "technology in society" core courses (12 hours) and either a specific or a custom-designed concentration in Interdisciplinary Studies (15 hours minimum). The final component is a choice between a Capstone Project (4 hours or a Capstone Thesis (6 hours).


- Grasp central concepts of technology, it's effects on society and society's effects on developing technology.
- Understand historical perspectives on technological.
- Explore the dynamics of innovation.
- Identify knowledge and techniques for managing new Technology.
- Acquire technological forecasting and assessment skills - Understand how technology affects values and social structure.
- Specialized in a concentration in Interdisciplinary Studies, Technology Management, Information Security, Public Safety, Emergency Management or Career, Technical and Workforce Education.

About the Curriculum

Core Courses 12 Credit Hours

TS 505 Introduction to Technology and Society
TS 506 Patterns of Change in Technology and Culture
TS 509 Research Methods in Technology Studies
TS 508 Contemporary Trends in Technology and Society


Concentration Areas

Career, Technical and Workforce Education
Information Assurance
Interdisciplinary Technology
Public Safety Staff and Command & Emergency Management
Digital Investigations
Network Security
Technology Management

18 Credit Hours

Capstone or Thesis 4-6 Credit Hours

About the Faculty

>>  Dr.Al Bellamy

>>  Dr.Denise Pilato

>>  Dr.Carol Haddad