Master of Science in Emergent Technologies in Education


Program description

Master of Science in Emergent Technologies in Education

The Master of Science in Emergent Technologies in Education graduate program at MUST University provides participants with technological knowledge and skills to create effective school district technology plans, to develop training programs for classroom professors in the use of technology, to promote organizational change through technology, to manage technology resources and personnel in a school setting, and to apply their technical skills and knowledge to identify and utilize technological resources appropriately for the needs of the schools, school districts, and similar educational organizations. All the required courses address these technology needs of schools.

Program Breakdown

SCM570: Supply Chain Management: Manufacturing planning and control, Enterprise resource planning, Demand management, Forecasting, Advanced sales and operations planning, Master production scheduling, Material requirements planning, Advanced MRP, Capacity planning and management, Production activity control, Just-in-time, Distribution requirements planning, Management of supply chain logistics, Order point inventory control methods, Strategy and MPC system design.
BUS518: Quantitative & Qualitative Methods for Decision Making: This course introduces the learner to utilizing and applying both quantitative and qualitative methods for individual, organizational, and societal decision-making. A variety of tools and techniques will be examined as the foundation for the development and interpretation of attributes and variables in addition to the use of data sources for improving processes and organizational environments.
ASM503: Advanced Success Mindset: An advanced look at case studies that provide emotional responses to fear, and stress induced by workplace events. In this course, the student is challenged to identify roadblocks created by previous failures or successes and map positive professional outcomes.
BTE580: Blockchain Technologies: The financial revolution with completely new currency and money mechanisms will have drastic effects on the entire society of the future—banking and finance are only partial areas. Therefore, the thread running through this course is far more a heavy, braided rope: namely, what these changes have for social, economic and political consequences. What happens when suddenly everything, really everything, is organized in block- Introductory remarks – for example through “global, decentralized and self-determined management systems” and open applications? All this and the possible driving forces and actors of the coming financial revolution will be presented in this course, which an explicitly understand as a positive outlook.
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Program Objective

Students graduating with a Master of Science in Emergent Technologies in Education will be able to:

• Identify, describe, and evaluate a variety of factors that influence integration of technology into
K-12 curricula in public schools;

• Design and develop a variety of technology-based projects and utilize the projects in their
courses to write a comprehensive review of e-learning topics that relate to education as well as
the industry;

• Propose and complete a research project investigating a topic of professional interest as it relates
to education and technology; 

• Develop an in-depth understanding of current issues in technology and education in one of the
following related to technology topics: e-learning, planning and change; Web development.

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