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Texas MSTC | Program Information

Student Profile

Student Demographics
Cohort Class of 2011 Class of 2012 Class of 2013 Class of 2014 
Class Size 33 64 85  77
% Female 27% 13% 18%  23%
% Male 73% 87% 82%  77%
% International 1% 22% 23%  17%
% In Class 85% 77% 76%  83%
% Online

15%

23%

24%

 17%
% with completed advanced degrees 12% 23% 22%  17%
Some companies represented

Halliburton, National Oilwell Varco, Cisco, Dell, Accenture, United States Army, Innovation Labs

Applied Materials, Booz Allen Hamilton, Dell, United States Army, United States Airforce CA, EMC, Cancer Research Center, MD Anderson, Shell Oil, HP, National Instruments

Alafair Biosciences, Apple, BPV Capital Mgt, BriefLogic, Capital One, CenturyLink, Cisco,  Dell, Delstar,  Deloitte Consulting,  Emerson, Freescale, GSD&M Advertising, IBM, Johnson Controls, Kinetic Concepts, NOV,  Parsons, Silicon Labs,  Stryker Spine, SWBC, Trinity Industries, U.S. Patent & Trademark Office,  U.S. Army, U.S. Peace Corps

Acension Health, Carbide Electronics, CenturyLink, Dell, Dynamic Industries, Emerging Frtontiers, Emerson, Firstcut Pro, IBM, Imagineer Technology Group, JP Morgan Chase, Knosys Investments, National Instruments,  Power Angels Holdings, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Rackspace, Shell, Texas Multicore Technologies, Texs National Guard, U.S. Army, U.S. Airforce, U.S. Depatrment of Defense, Weatherford International

 

The Master of Science in Technology Commercialization (MSTC) Program prepares graduates to launch technology innovations successfully into the marketplace. It includes ten highly integrated courses progressing from the early stages of new technology assessment and development through the launch of new products or ventures.
 
MSTC graduates have the knowledge,and skills to: 
 • Estimate the market potential of new technologies
 • Specify which attributes and benefits of a new technology should be included in new products
 • Write and present the case for funding high potential technologies
 • Develop a plan for launching new, technology-based products into the market. McCombs Students

As a result, MSTC graduates operate in both the technology commercialization space and related areas that rely on these skills and abilities. Some corporations have technology commercialization departments and others use different descriptions for these functions. Please review the list of Corporate Job Positions held by MSTC Alumni.