If you are planning to go to graduate school, the College of Technology is a great place to start. The college 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