School of Business & Technology

Management of Technology (Puerto Rico)  Master of Management

Grow your leadership and management skills while exploring best practices for technology in private, public and nonprofit organizations. Our Puerto Rico-based Master in Management of Technology program gives you the skills you need to become a leader in technology.

Puerto Rico
33 Credits
Starts September 3, 2024


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IT manager

Master in Management of Technology Program Overview

The MM of Technology curriculum combines core management foundation coursework with an information technology concentration. You’ll develop people management skills and integrate your knowledge in a required management seminar.

You’ll graduate knowing how to use technology in organizations and businesses. You’ll also be able to manage IT projects, departments and functional areas within an organization.

MM of Technology Program Highlights & Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the Master in Management of Technology Program will prepare Cambridge College graduates to:

  • Develop strong communication, analytical, research and decision-making skills
  • Learn to manage themselves and their own professional development, and to manage and lead others
  • Have the ability to use and understand the role of technology in organizations
  • Learn to manage human, financial and informational resources
  • Understand how to foster change and innovation, and value and promote diversity in organizations
  • Understand the global, social and environmental context of management and the importance of ethical and socially responsible decision-making

“I came out of Cambridge College with a lot of information about negotiation, people skills and management. Within 30 days of getting 'the paper,' I had a job."

Brad Hatfield
Graduate, Master of Management

Choose Cambridge College for Your MM

Designed for working adults, the MM of Technology degree program gives you the flexibility you need to start or grow your career in technology.

  • Flexible, hybrid classes: Courses are taught in a mix of on-campus sessions and online sessions to give you the best of both worlds.
  • Spanish-language: Classroom instruction and coursework are in Spanish.
  • Located in Puerto Rico: Our campus is close to public transportation, with free parking for students.

Management of Technology Tuition Information

Cost Per Credit
Total Program Tuition
Puerto Rico
Cost Per Credit$299
Credits* 33 credits
Total Program Tuition $9,867

*See curriculum sheet for a breakdown of credits and credit ranges.

Prospective graduate degree students for programs in the School of Business & Technology must satisfy the following requirements plus any program-specific requirements your program may have.

  1. Complete and sign the online application.
  2. Pay the application fee. Pay your $50 ($100 for international students) application fee by the term start date.
  3. Send official transcripts. Mail directly to Cambridge College in a sealed, unopened envelope. Learn How to Send Transcripts. Required degrees must be from accredited colleges or universities.
    • Master's programs require an earned bachelor's degree.
    • International transcripts must be translated and evaluated by an approved agency. See all international student requirements.
  4. Send your résumé and work experience. Send your resume that details your education and work experience, including how they pertain to your career goals. Two years of appropriate work experience is recommended for graduate programs in the School of Business & Technology (SBT).
  5. Submit your personal statement. Write a 500-word, typed, double-spaced essay describing your professional experience, goals and objectives for graduate study. How do you expect your graduate studies to enhance your future career?
  6. Complete an interview. You’ll interview with the dean or member of the SBT Admissions Committee, Program Chair or Regional Center Director.
  7. Satisfy Health Insurance & Immunization requirements. (Massachusetts only). These are required only for graduate students taking six or more credits per term in Massachusetts through on-campus or hybrid classes. Health insurance may be waived.

Program-Specific Requirements

Careers in Management of Technology

As a graduate of the Master of Management of Technology Program, you’ll thrive in supervisory and management positions in business, nonprofits and government organizations.

Overall employment in management occupations is projected to grow 15 percent from 2022 to 2032, much faster than average. The median wage is $164,070 per year as of May 2022.*


Industry job growth predicted for 2022 to 2032*


Median annual salary pay for computer and information systems managers*

*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Computer and Information System Managers, (visited Nov. 14, 2023).

Jobs in Technology Management

This program prepares you for rewarding and lucrative management careers in:

  • Information technology
  • Human resources
  • Retail
  • Marketing
  • Financial services
  • Non-profit management
  • Consulting groups
  • Government agencies