Learn more about options available to Graduate students
The Master of Science in Technology degree is designed to develop leaders to respond to the needs of a technology-based society for advanced technical, managerial, and educational personnel. Graduate level leadership and technology application capabilities are developed through rigorous courses and in-depth research and development experiences. The MS in Technology provides opportunities for students to engage in applied technical research that adds to the knowledge of relevant practice or solves problems that arise in the workplace.
Graduates of our program receive an MS in Technology. Within the MS in Technology we have 3 emphasis areas: Construction Management, Information Technology, and Technology Engineering Education. Additional information on the programs are provided in the links below:
- BYU Graduate Studies overview of the Technology MS program including learning outcomes, program and emphasis area requirements, admissions requirements, and current student enrollment, demographics, GPA, and GRE scores.
- Graduate Progress Instructions
- View Current Graduate Student Progress
- Entrance Requirements
- Advisement Contacts
- Apply Online (Select MS in Technology, not an emphasis area)