Strathclyde’s MSc in Technology Policy & Management will provide you with the context and skills to operate at the nexus of the public and private sectors. With innovation as the central thread running through your studies, you'll gain a repertoire of frameworks and tools that will enable you to formulate, contribute to and analyse the complex dynamics of technology policy and industrial strategy.
Through learning with our world-leading faculty and our networks of practitioners, Technology Policy & Management will equip you with a thorough theoretical grounding as well as a practice-based understanding of technology policy formulation, analysis and management.
Upper second-class Honours degree, or overseas equivalent, in an Engineering or Science discipline including the physical or natural sciences and informatics.
Previous working experience will also be considered but will not compensate for academic performance.
Entry requirements may be widened to include other professional backgrounds and qualifications from social sciences or humanities given relevant mathematical or design-relevant course work.
Faculty of Engineering
Chemical and Process Engineering