Easton Technology Management Center


Developing leaders who shape the future of technology

Through innovative courses, creative workshops, high-profile events, and immersion in the most vital areas of high-tech business culture, Easton prepares the next generation to drive change in technology. By exploring verticals such as high-tech, financial services, health care, education, entertainment-media, retail and defense, students are prepared to work from startups to large global corporations.

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Easton’s Three Pillars:


Students, Faculty, and Alumni & Industry Professionals.

The Center connects these 3 pillars through various offerings.


Between courses, workshops, events, and our work with the industry,
Easton is able to impact a broad range of students
and technology professionals.


The curriculum is taught by faculty, as well as alumni and industry professionals. Students learn about emerging technologies and their associated markets, technology management, product development, and web and data analytics.

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Easton offers dynamic panels and talks featuring technology luminaries on topics of current interest to future technology leaders.

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Workshops help students build skills that prepare them for their new technology roles in a short span of time. These are offered in various areas including product management, product marketing management and leadership. They are often hands-on and offered by skilled professionals.

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Big Data Analytics: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

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