The Department of Management of Technology of University of Moratuwa was founded in 1998 under the Faculty of Engineering to offer management disciplines to engineering undergraduates. In 2017, the Department of Management of Technology was transferred from the Faculty of Engineering to form the Faculty of Business. As the oldest department of the Faculty of Business, Department of Management of Technology offers the Business Process Management (BPM) specialisation for Bachelor of Business Science (BBSc) Honours degree programme.
Business Process Management (BPM) specialisation provides competencies (knowledge, skills, and attitudes) to successfully manage business processes and operations in both manufacturing and service industries such as apparel, telecommunication, healthcare, food-processing, finance, etc. The specialisation provides subject-specific knowledge and skills in areas such as Operations Management, Business Process Modelling and Analysis, Supply Chain Management, ERP Systems, Logistics Management, Procurement Management, Business Process Simulation, Business Process Reengineering, Technology Management, and Project Management. The goal of the Department of Management of Technology is to produce competent graduates who will be successful in securing entry-level managerial positions soon after the completion of degree and climbing into higher positions in the managerial ladder within few years of career. So, our graduates will hold job titles such as Process Excellence Manager, Advisor – Process Excellence, Consultant – Business Process Management, Business Process Specialist, Continuous Improvement Specialist, Process Analyst, Factory Manager, Production Manager, Procurement Manager, Quality Manager, etc.
The Department offers two Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree programmes, namely (1) MBA in Management of Technology and (2) MBA in Entrepreneurship. These programmes aim at nurturing (1) managers who are capable of responding intelligently to the accelerating pace of technological change; and (2) entrepreneurs who are capable of identifying opportunities for new value creation to accelerate the growth of the country’s economy.
Dr. Amali Wijekoon
Head/Department of Management of Technology