“No longer can business and industry exist without technology.”
Welcome to Graduate Studies in the College of Technology, with the fourth largest enrollment in the nation for graduate programs in Technology1.
The first Graduate Program in our school started in 2008, and with over 200 alumni we have been addressing the growing need in industry for skilled professionals who can solve problems and lead technical teams.
Master’s Degrees Offered
Purdue University Northwest’s College of Technology now offers the following opportunities to meet the educational needs of industry and business, as well as those of educational professionals.
This program prepares students to become leaders in technology areas. The program allows students to pursue an advanced degree in a focus technology area, with the flexibility to pursue interdisciplinary interests and develop leadership skills based on ethics and an understanding of global issues affecting technology. Specific concentrations mentioned on the students transcript have been developed for this degree
This program offers a concentration in Technology Leadership and Management that prepares students to manage and lead in technology professions. All required coursework for this major will be offered via distance education technology over an eighteen month to two-year period.
This program meets the growing demand for the application of modeling, simulation and visualization in complex processes and systems. Through visualizing, manipulating, and interacting with computer-generated simulations and models, an individual can interact efficiently with 2D and 3D computerized environments in real time using his/her natural senses and skills.
Three distinct graduate certificates allow professionals to advance their knowledge in a focus and in-demand area of technology.
1 American Society of Engineering Education, Fall 2015 enrollment of ET programs.