Department of Management Launches New Master's Program: Accelerated Management of Technology (AMOT)

 

Polytechnic University’s Department of Management is proud to announce the launch of Accelerated Management of Technology (AMOT), a sophisticated and unique Master’s program designed for recent college graduates and individuals with limited work experience.

Polytechnic University’s Department of Management is proud to announce the launch of Accelerated Management of Technology (AMOT), a sophisticated and unique Master’s program designed for recent college graduates and individuals with limited work experience.

AMOT is a part-time evening program, which takes place primarily at Polytechnic’s Manhattan location at 55 Broad Street. The program can be completed in 3 semesters, with the option to begin in either the Fall or Spring.

The AMOT Program offers a state-of-the-art education that explores the challenges and issues confronting managers and professionals in a continually evolving business landscape. In today’s complex and technology-rich business environment, it is essential that managers understand not only the elements of traditional managerial domains, such as economics and finance, but they must also have deep knowledge of the innovative process. AMOT explores the various factors which go into creating an innovative organization. By combining the latest thinking with best practices, AMOT gives its students an edge in becoming leaders in their fields.

“The AMOT program is designed for students who want to enhance their education with a degree which will enable them to enter the managerial ranks of their organizations and make significant contributions to them”, says Professor Nina Ziv, Director of AMOT. “With our superior faculty and our well designed courses and curricular materials, the AMOT program provides students with an outstanding educational experience. The AMOT program also draws on the resources of New York City’s burgeoning technology community to enrich the curriculum and introduce students to leading edge concepts and ideas,” added Professor Ziv.

The Department of Management is part of Polytechnic University, the premier learning, research and development hub in science, engineering and technology management in the New York City/Tri-State Region.

For more information contact:

Vivek Veeraiah, Administrative Director: 718 260 4015; vvivek@duke.poly.edu

or visit the program profile