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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2017 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Science and Technology Management 885 Graduate Courses  
Graduate School-New Brunswick
16:137:500 Ethics in Science and Technology (1) This course addresses behaviors inconsistent with ethical scientific conduct. It will prepare the student in identifying ethical problems, provide a problem-solving method, and impress the importance of ethical resolution in conducting business. Rather than addressing the needs and views of the philosophers, academics, and social critics, this course is tailored toward practical aspects of managing ethics. The online section will provide background information while the on-campus sessions will include interactive workshops and lectures to reinforce the information learned online.
16:137:502 Principles of Communication and Leadership for Science and Technology Management (3) This course provides the fundamentals of communication and leadership in the sciences and technology, and professional development. Course sessions will combine theory, practice, self-assessment, and research by student teams. Topics include oral and written communication skills, effective communication strategies, communicating in a team environment, managerial role transitioning, building personal leadership capabilities, and analyzing leadership qualities.
16:137:507 Market Assessment and Analysis for Business and Science (3) This course covers basic marketing and the critical importance for science and technology graduate students to fully understand strategic marketing concepts (4P's: product, pricing, promotion, placement) in the context of science and technology brands. There are two flavors of the course: IT/digital marketing and life science marketing.
16:137:530 Principles of Accounting and Finance for Science and Technology Management (3) The course provides students with a practical, working knowledge of the tools and language of finance in general and as they pertain to the management of science and technology in particular. The course emphasizes the use, and limitations, of financial tools in making business decisions including capital expansion, funding R&D, and managing working capital. Principles are presented heuristically; financial theory presented as a foundation only as necessary. Case studies and examples provide students with hands-on practice in the application to business problems of the principles discussed.By the end of the course, students will be able to prepare and communicate the financial part of the business plan developed in the Capstone course and participate proactively in financial and funding decisions at work whether it be at an established company, an R&D driven start-up, or in an academic setting.
16:137:600 Management in Science and Technology Capstone (3) The capstone course is a project-based course covering the fundamentals of entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship, innovation commercialization, and intellectual property. Students are expected to work on team projects analyzing technology innovations and creating business plans.

At least two electives (6 credits) must be taken for the certificate. The full list of elective courses is available at

Students must attend at least six colloquia in the professional science master's program for the certificate.

See also the entry in this catalog for Business and Science 137.
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