This course provides an internship opportunity to train practitioners who can utilise scientific and technological opportunities, build a proprietary theory to practice, and contribute to the development of the industry and society.
The students taking this course are expected to acquire skills and leadership on practical technology mamagement through exercise on this subject at a firm for one to three month(s).
The students taking this class are expected to acquire:
1) Practice of analysis, thinking and communication,
2) Specific expertise on technology and innovation management,
3) Practical understanding of the economics and the society,
4) Awareness of student's career as an innovator, and
5) Practice on innovation based on experience.
Management of technology, service innovation, intellectual property, science and technology policy, innovation management.
|✔ Specialist skills||✔ Intercultural skills||✔ Communication skills||✔ Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
This course will be conducted with a guidance by selected faculty members including the supervisor.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||A host firm/institute will be decided according to a guidance by selected faculty members including the supervisor. After the internship period, a presentation will be made by the student on the contents and deliverables of the internship.||Directed by the host firm/institute.|
Presentation and evaluation by the host firm/institute.
Pre-consultation with your supervisor is required.