Date of Award
Master of Technology Management-Quality Systems
Dr. John W. Sinn
Dr. Todd C. Waggoner
The purpose of this project is to give a background and assessment of the quality specialization of the Master’s degree presently being awarded at Bowling Green State University’s College of Technology, Architecture, and Applied Engineering compared to other degrees of a similar type. The program now awarding the degree is described. The literature review discusses topics and ideas pertinent to the project and is necessary to better understand the research and assessment of the degree. The methodology and procedure section identifies the course of investigation and defines what form the gathered data will take. The Results chapter presents the findings of the investigation as they apply to the project objectives. Finally, the Summary, Observations & Comments chapter condenses the results, allows for side and miscellaneous observations pertaining to the project and opens the door for the researcher to offer suggestions for future studies along the same line of inquiry as the project.
Powers, Alan, "An Assessment of the College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering’s Master of Technology Management Degree Program, Quality Systems Specialization, at Bowling Green State University" (2014). Master of Technology Management Plan II Graduate Projects. 14.