Tuition is based on the current curriculum for the MS program which is 36 credits. The current price of tuition is $1,513 per credit making the total cost for the program $54,468 in tuition only. For more detailed information on tuition – including fees – please visit the complete breakdown of costs on the Financial Aid page.
Developing and marketing new products and services requires today's savvy professionals to recognize opportunities, create and implement solutions, and develop leadership and interpersonal skills. You’ll acquire these skills and more in the Master of Science in Marketing and Technology Innovation program. By recognizing the unique needs of technology-oriented environments and how to meet them head-on, you’ll gain valuable, marketable skills as you prepare to take on a leadership role.
The MS in Marketing and Innovation 36-credit program is designed for aspiring marketing leaders responsible for innovation within technology-oriented environments. You’ll learn how to create and apply comprehensive marketing strategies, design new product development processes, transform data into useful business intelligence, and understand consumer behavior and risk management across regions and cultures. You determine the right number of classes to take each semester. In the classroom you will benefit from rich discussions and a supportive learning atmosphere.
MSMI students must complete the six courses listed below:
- Entrepreneurship and Innovation
- Financial Information and Management
- Marketing Management
- Marketing Research
- Digital Marketing
- Group and Interpersonal Dynamics in Complex Organizations
Students then select four electives from the following list:
- Selling and Sales
- User Experience Applications
- Consumer Behavior
- Global Technology Marketing
- Integrated Marketing Communications
- Data Mining Business Applications
- Product and Brand Management
- Supply Chain Analysis and Design
Students round out their MSMI with two free electives, which may include courses outside of business and a maximum of three credits of internship.
Project Based Learning
Being an educator is more than just distributing facts and figures; it's demonstrating the importance of this knowledge in a way that can be relevant for every learner. It's not truly knowledge until the student can grasp and apply it. I consider myself to be an advocate for knowledge - encouraging learning and providing the tools needed to be successful and independent thinkers. I take any opportunity possible to introduce new technologies and social networking behaviors that I feel are relevant into my daily classroom activities.[...]
Purvi has 'done' marketing and now she 'teaches' marketing at the WPI Foisie Business School. She has a diverse industry experience in the marketing/brand management function of mid-size to large corporations across consumer goods, retail, and real estate verticals. In academics, she aspires to play her role as a researcher (knowledge creation) and teacher (knowledge dissemination). Her research questions, in the context of discovery, attempt to explain and understand interesting and challenging marketing phenomena that have not received much research attention.[...]