Advanced courses on topics beyond the scope of existing departmental offerings. See Schedule of Courses for specific titles and prerequisites. Prerequisite: Senior Business Administration major or minor.
Benjamin Taylor ()
Cross listed with BSAD 395 60901; Fee: $20. DATES: May 19 - June 27
This course will provide an introduction to the various forms of intellectual property (IP) and explore the corporate, strategic, and technical considerations of how best to manage and leverage intellectual property as a useful asset in an organization. Emphasis will be placed on technical forms of IP, such as patents, trade secrets, and technical publications. The course will examine the use of IP in various contexts, from inventors to start-ups to global organizations.
Course goals: * Raise awareness and understanding of IP as a business asset * Discuss recent events contributing to growing importance of IP management * Consider various processes, approaches, and strategies that companies can employ to align their IP efforts with their business goals * llustrate the link between innovation, invention, and IP * Provide you with background and knowledge to further your careers
Final Grade The final grade will be based on the following factors: * Final presentation - 20%. * Class Assignments - 50% * Classroom participation- 30%
Course runs from to
Kalkin Building 002 (View Campus Map)
to on Tuesday and Thursday
Note: These dates may change before registration begins.
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