Master's of Education in Technology And Innovation

New! Master’s Degree in Technology and Innovation

This new program offered through Millersville University’s Applied Engineering, Safety and Technology department provides growth and development to entrepreneurs and professionals in the fields of business, education and science.

Millersville University offers Master's in Technology and Innovation

Learn key skills

The Technology and Innovation program teaches problem solving, creativity, innovation and decision-making skills that are applicable to a wide-range of professions and in demand by employers. 

Flexible and customizable

The program may be completed full- or part-time in a blended format of face-to-face, online and ITV classroom experiences and can be customized to serve students with different professions and goals. 

The Technology and Innovation Core is made up of the following unique courses:

Fostering Creativity by Design
Exposes students to the concept of how creativity, within the context of the technological world, is manifested through design. Design-based thinking skills, such as problem-solving, decision-making, researching, designing and creating will be emphasized.

Engineering Principles and Concept for the Non-Engineer
Innovation and invention in engineering and design are vital for enhancing the standards of living for humanity. Students will learn what engineers do and how they do it by studying engineering organizations and their standards, problem solving techniques and the methods of modeling systems.

Applying Critical Thinking and Decision-Making
An exploration of the nature and application of critical thinking toward acts of decision-making. Students will learn how to understand, facilitate and practice the techniques of disciplined critical thinking and decision-making while avoiding the pitfalls of thinking traps such as biases and irrational tendencies.

View admissions requirements and course sequence information.

For more information, please email Graduate Admissions or call 717-871-4723.
Dr. Scott Warner, Program Coordinator – | 717-871-7234.