Master of Science in Technology Management


Frequently Asked Questions: M.S. in Technology Management

What is the Master of Science in Technology Management (M.S in Technology Management) program?

The Lindsey Wilson College M.S. in Technology Management is a 35-credit hour course of study that is offered through a combination of seated and fully online courses. The program is designed to integrate academic concepts and work experience through educational coursework and case studies. Students also are required to enroll in an internship that connects course content to the employment settings. The M.S. in Technology Management is a business graduate program that is classified as a STEM degree program.

Do I have to have an undergraduate degree in Business to apply to the M.S. in Technology Management?

No, an undergraduate degree in any discipline is acceptable. If you have not taken undergraduate courses in technology and management, you may want to consider taking coursework prior to enrolling.

What educational requirements are needed to apply to the M.S. in Technology Management?

An undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited college or university is required.

Is work experience required to apply to the M.S. in Technology Management?

No, but you are required to enroll in an internship course each semester.

What is the tuition for the for MSTM degree?

$515 per credit hour

Are transfer credits accepted for the M.S. in Technology Management?

Yes, the program may accept up to six credit hours in transfer for equivalent courses from regionally accredited institutions of higher education. Transfer credits could impact your ability to maintain full-time enrollment.

How long does it take to complete the M.S. in Technology Management degree

Five (5) semesters; 20 months as a full-time student

How many credit hours are required to complete the M.S. in Technology Management degree?

35 semester credit hours

How many credit hours are required to be a full-time graduate student in the M.S. in Technology Management program?

Six (6) credit hours each semester

How are classes offered in this blended program?

  • Students typically enroll in three (3) courses each semester.
  • One three credit blended course for 16 weeks
  • One three credit online course for 8 weeks
  • The one credit hour internship for 16 weeks
  • *See the Course Delivery Link at the bottom of this document

Is there a residency requirement?

Yes. You are required to attend residency once each semester for your seated course.

Where is the residency?

The residency is on the main Campus of Lindsey Wilson College at 210 Lindsey Wilson Street in Columbia, Kentucky, 42728.

How long is the residency?

The residency is three days long.

What are the admissions requirements for the M.S. in Technology Management?

  • Completion of undergraduate degree program (any major) from a regionally accredited college or university.
  • Minimum GRE or GMAT scores (within the last five years)
    • GRE: 150 Verbal, 150 Quantitative Reasoning; 3.5 Analytical Writing, or
    • GMAT: 550.
  • Waiver: In order to be considered for admission without submission of a GRE or GMAT score, you must have earned a 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) undergraduate cumulative GPA or higher.

Is there a waiver for the GRE/GMAT requirement?

You must have earned an undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale in order to request a waiver of the GRE or GMAT requirement.

What is the application process for the M.S. in Technology Management?

  1. Complete the online Application for Admission at https://www.lindsey.edu
  2. Submit online payment of the non-refundable application fee of $100.00 with your online application
  3. Submit official undergraduate transcripts documenting the completion of an undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited institution to: MSTM Admissions, 210 Lindsey Wilson Street, Columbia, KY 42728.
  4. Submit GRE (Code 1409) or GMAT (Code JBK-ZN-98) scores taken within the last five years to: MSTM Admissions, 210 Lindsey Wilson Street, Columbia, KY 42728. The required minimum scores are:
      a. GRE: 150 Verbal, 150 Quantitative Reasoning; 3.5 Analytical Writing, or
      b. GMAT: 550.
      c. Waiver: In order to be considered for admission without submission of a GRE or GMAT score, you must have earned a 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) undergraduate cumulative GPA or higher.


International Graduate Student Information


Are international students eligible to enroll in the MSTM?

Lindsey Wilson College is authorized under federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students. The Columbia, Kentucky campus is a SEVIS-approved location for this program.

What additional processes apply to international students?

International students must submit the following in addition to the application materials and matriculation deposit:

  • Copy of current passport including expiration date (Your passport must not expire within 6 months of entry date into the U.S.)
  • Photo - Digital headshot for your Lindsey Wilson College student I.D. card
  • All university transcripts (postsecondary education) documenting completion of an undergraduate or a graduate degree.
    • U.S. institutions: Official transcripts from a regionally accredited U.S. institution.
    • Non-U.S. institutions: Official transcripts from institutions that aree accredited by a U.S. regional accreditor.
    • A Foreign Credential Evaluation is required from an accredited evaluation company for non-U.S. institutions that do not hold U.S. regional accreditation: World Education Services (WES) or Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE)
  • International Student Transfer Form (only for students currently enrolled in a college or university in the United States)
  • Proof of English proficiency based on one of the following:
    • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) minimum score:
      • Internet-based (iBT): 79 Composite with 21 Writing and 19 Reading;
      • Paper-based: 550
      • Revised Paper-delivered: 21 Writing, 19 Reading;
    • International English Language Testing System (IELTS) minimum composite score 6.5;
    • English is the your native language; or
    • You completed an undergraduate or a graduate program at a regionally accredited U.S. institution.
    • Proof of financial resources: submit Affidavit of Support forms provided as supplemental items with your online application for admission.

    How do I apply for a visa to study at Lindsey Wilson College?

    Instructions for visa applications are located on our website under Admissions Requirements and Visa & Travel Information.

    What English language proficiency is required of international students?

    International students applying to a graduate program must provide proof of English proficiency based on one of these:

  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) minimum score:
    • Internet-based (iBT): 79 Composite with 21 Writing and 19 Reading;
    • Paper-based: 550
    • Revised Paper-delivered: 21 Writing, 19 Reading;
  • International English Language Testing System (IELTS) minimum composite score 6.5;
  • English is the your native language; or
  • You completed an undergraduate or a graduate program at a regionally accredited U.S. institution.

  • Students who fail to demonstrate English proficiency may still be considered for admission but will be required to successfully complete a provisional ESL (English as a Second Language) course before being officially accepted into the program and enrolling in classes.

    Is Curricular Practical Training (CPT) available for international students?

    Yes, the Internship course (MSTM 5901) requires international students to be approved for CPT through the International Student Services Office.

    When can I apply for CPT status?

    In order to apply for CPT you must be registered for the Internship course - MSTM 5901.

    How do I apply for CPT status?

  • Register for MSTM 5901
  • Submit the CPT Application, including Student section, Employer section and Instructor/Advisor section with all required signatures. The CPT application is available through the Lindsey Wilson College portal.
  • Upon approval, you will be issued a new I-20 with the CPT approval noted on it
  • You may not engage in any CPT before the CPT start date listed on your new I-20
  • How do I purchase textbooks?

    Textbooks are embedded in the learning management system, Blackboard. The inclusive textbook fee will pay for all books needed each semester. You do not need to make any additional textbook purchases.

    How much is the inclusive book fee?

    The inclusive textbook fee is $160 per semester

    Who can I contact for more information about the MSTM program?

    Dr. Philip Yoho, Director of Business Graduate Studies
    yohop@lindsey.edu
    270-384-8183

    Who can I contact for more information about the application process?

    Ms. Jacquelyn Montgomery, Assistant V.P. for New Program Integration
    montgomeryj@lindsey.edu
    270-384-8171

    Who can I contact for more information about applying as an international student?

    Ms. Jacquelyn Montgomery, Assistant V.P. for New Program Integration
    montgomeryj@lindsey.edu
    270-384-8171

    What courses are offered each semester of the program?

    See courses and delivery format on our website under Master of Science in Technology Management Course Delivery

    What are the tuition and fees for the M.S. in Technology Management program?

  • Application fee and matriculation deposit must be paid prior to orientation.
  • Tuition and fees for each term are due in full the first day of classes.
  • Students may select a two-month payment plan option with half the invoice plus the payment plan fee due the first day of classes and the remaining balance due within 30 days.

  • Institutional Contact for International Graduate Students


    Dana Talley

    Assistant Vice President for New Program Integration

    Jacquelyn Montgomery

    270-384-8171
    E-mail: montgomeryj@lindsey.edu

    Master Of Science In Technology Management (MSTM)