MS in Management with Concentration in Strategic Technology Leadership



Designed for Directors and Senior Managers



Technology continues to be a major catalyst in business,
accelerating change in the global marketplace and
impacting every business sector. The MS in Management
with Concentration in Strategic Technology Leadership
is a program designed for directors and senior managers
seeking to ascend to C-suite level positions and business
leaders interested in starting or managing organizations that
combine technology and business.
In this high-impact degree program, you will acquire
the skills, strategies, and tools you need to leverage
breakthrough technologies and optimize your business
operations, design superior products and services, and
boost your organization’s bottom line.



Earn your MS in Management with Concentration in Strategic
Technology Leadership by completing 30 credit hours and
choosing electives from a list of timely innovation topics, such
as Analytics, Cybersecurity, Sustainability, and Metaverse.

Join the program and equip yourself with the tools and
strategies to lead your organization’s most ambitious,
large-scale technology projects.


  • Residencies and Applied Project
    Complete 3 for-credit, on-ground
    residencies and a 6-credit applied
    master’s project.
  • Flexibility
    Enjoy high flexibility, thanks to the
    program’s hybrid format.
  • Real-Time Mentoring
    Receive one-on-one mentoring
    from an experienced leader in your
    industry who will provide guidance,
    expertise, and constructive
    critiques as you complete your
    project business plan.
  • Accelerated Format
    Define your future by completing
    your degree in as few as 15 months.
  • Experience-Powered Approach
    Learn to lead in a digitally
    convergent world at the D’AmoreMcKim School of Business.


The Center for Technology Management and Digital Leadership at Northeastern University is led by Dr. Arthur M. Langer, Associate Vice Provost, Professor of Practice.

A renowned leader in his field, Dr. Langer most recently served as Director of the Center for Technology Management, Professor of Professional Practice and Academic Director of the Master in Science in Technology Management programs at Columbia University. He also served on the faculty of the Department of Organization and Leadership at the Graduate School of Education (Teachers College), and as Faculty Director of the Advanced Certificate in Workforce Education and Development Program.

He is the author of Analysis and Design of Next Generation Software Architectures: 5G, IoT, Blockchain and Quantum Computing (2020), Strategic Information Technology: Best Practices to Drive Digital Transformation (2nd Ed., 2018 with Lyle Yorks), Information Technology and Organizational Learning (3rd Ed., 2018), Guide to Software Development: Designing and Managing the Life Cycle (2nd Ed., 2016), Analysis and Design of Information Systems (2007), Applied Ecommerce (2002), and The Art of Analysis (1997) and has published numerous articles and papers relating to service learning for underserved populations, IT organizational integration, mentoring and staff development.

Chairman and Founder of Workforce Opportunity Services, a 501(c)(3) charity, Dr. Langer consults with corporations and universities on information technology, staff development, management transformation, and curriculum development around the globe. Prior to joining the full-time faculty at Columbia University, Dr. Langer was Executive Director of Computer Support Services at Coopers and Lybrand, General Manager and Partner of Software Plus, and President of Macco Software.

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