We seek a diverse cohort and consider candidates with varied backgrounds (e.g., technical/non-technical undergraduate degree, senior managers to the C-suite) across many industries.
- 5+ years of professional experience
- Demonstrate a strong track record of achievement
- Professional achievements
- Academic excellence
- Leadership potential
At this time, we do not offer I-20 certificates for students in the Technology Leadership master's programs due to their blended low-residency/online program formats. Other visa types are not supported for studying in the United States. If you do not require a visa to study in the United States, but received your degree(s) outside of the United States, we require a course-by-course credential evaluation sent directly from any of the following: World Education Services (WES) Course-By-Course Evaluation; Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE) Course By Course Evaluation; SpanTran Course Analysis to the Brown University School of Professional Studies.
To complete your application, submit the following via the online application system:
Please submit an official transcript for all programs, both undergraduate and graduate, for which you were awarded a degree. Please note that unofficial transcripts may be uploaded to the online application, but official transcripts are required prior to the program start date. Please have all official transcripts emailed to email@example.com
As part of the online application you will need to prepare a personal statement that addresses why you want to pursue the Master of Science in Technology Leadership at Brown, what you hope to learn from the program, and how your participation will enrich the experience of others in the program (approximately 500-750 words).
Resume or CV
Short Essay Questions
Video Questions Prompts
You'll be asked to answer two questions, each in a 60-second recorded video.
Letters of Recommendation
As part of your application, please submit the names and contact information for three professional colleagues who will submit a letter of recommendation on your behalf. One letter should come from your present or past supervisor or from a more senior executive in your organization. Please note that you only need to provide their names and email addresses, not the actual recommendations, in order to submit your application. Our enrollment team will monitor the submission of your recommendations.
The recommender will be asked:
For how long and in what capacity have you known the applicant? If you have experience with the applicant in an academic setting, please comment on their academic performance and potential. Finally, any relevant information you would like to share is welcome.
We would appreciate your opinion on the candidate’s career achievements, strengths and weaknesses, initiative, creativity, their ability to contribute in a peer-to-peer learning environment, and how the program fits with the candidate’s career aspirations.