Technology innovation, exploitation of intellectual property, and technology feasibility analysis.
This course is a part of the curriculum for the new graduate program in Technology innovation and Entrepreneurial Engineering. The overall course objective is to learn and apply the fundamental concepts, theories, and principles employed in the forming tech startups. Specifically the course will provide an overall overview of innovation, exploitation of intellectual property, and technology feasibility analysis.
1. Use 8½" x 11" paper, one side only.
2. Number each page indicating also the total number of pages (for example, 2/10 means the second page of a ten-page assignment).
3. Staple your report set in the upper left-hand corner and make sure that your name, course number and assignment number are written on the right hand corner.
1. Case memo is due before the class.
2. Late memos will be accepted up to three days late with increasing loss of credit:
one day late: -50%, two days late: -75%, three days late: -90%.
3. You may consult your classmates, but not share (or copy) their work."
Please make the following minor, syllabus changes:
1) Add a disability accommodations statement (required--see CTE for samples).
2) Recommend adding an attendance and academic integrity statment.
3) This statement in class participation in syllabus is incomplete: "Meaningful participation is encouraged and if a student is close to the next higher grade and has participated well and meaningfully." Second part of sentence can be deleted as this info is covered in course grading policy note.
Approving at request/on behalf of Jed Lyons.