The study program at CDTM is completed within two to four semesters, depending on the student’s individual study situation, with courses amounting to 45 ECTS credits. Once they obtain the Master degree in their main studies, students are awarded the Honours Degree in Technology Management. To obtain it, students are required to have spent one term abroad. The curriculum consists of three core courses and a large variety of electives.
Courses cover the following five interdisciplinary areas:
- technologies, product development and engineering
- information systems management
- economics, management and entrepreneurship
- soft skills
- ethics and humanities
The different course formats at CDTM enable students to obtain hands-on skills while working together with project partners on real-world problems. After having completed the program, students will have gained experience in identifying key indicators of future trends, methods to conceptualize a first prototype, as well as frameworks to implement business processes in an entrepreneurial environment.
Technology Management is an add-on study program to be attended in parallel to the student’s regular studies. Please note that CDTM does not offer a stand-alone master program.