Masters in Technology and Innovation Management (MTIM)
Technology Innovation Management (TIM) is a one-of-a-kind masters degree that teaches prospective entrepreneurs how to make money from the start of a company’s or opportunity’s life cycle. The program(masters degree) focuses on the start-up and expansion of technological enterprises, as well as established firms wishing to expand. Founders of new firms, those pursuing more senior leadership roles at current organizations, and bright professionals developing credentials and experience for their next career move can all benefit from the program. The session includes a variety of hands-on activities.
The Sprott School of Business and the Faculty of Engineering and Design collaborate to provide four separate degrees in Technology Innovation Management.
A thesis is required for the Master of Applied Science (MASc) degree. Under the direction of an experienced academic member, students do unique research.
The Master of Engineering (MEng) is a project-based master’s degree. Students use applied research to address an issue for a customer.
The Master of Applied Business Analytics (MABA) is a TIM route for people who wish to specialize in using sophisticated business analytics to address challenges in technology innovation management and technology entrepreneurship.
The Master of Entrepreneurship (MEnt) is a project-based degree as well. Students use applied research to improve the health of business ecosystems that provide specialized services to startup founders or new business lines at established businesses.
Instead than only talking about entrepreneurship, we actively practice it in the TIM program. A TIM Entrepreneur can earn a degree while also starting a new business. In the Canadian Capital Region, we provide entrepreneurs access to unique tools such as Lead to Win, Lead to Win for Women, Ottawa Young Entrepreneurs, the Nicol Internship program, the TIM Review, and the TIM Lecture Series.
Fields of Specialization
Processes of Engineering Management
Faculty Research Highlights
Entrepreneurship in the technology sector
Growth of the economy
Business with open source software
Managing new ideas