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EMTM Courses 2008-2009

The EMTM curriculum integrates technology and business through its core courses and wide range of technology and management electives. (10 core courses + 6 technology electives + 4 open electives = 20 courses total, plus Emerging Technologies Seminar)

Each year, new electives are introduced to address emerging technologies and needs in the management of technology and innovation.

1st Term (September-November)

(Core Courses)
Decision Models
Statistics

(Electives)
Case Studies in Corporate Finance
Dynamics of the Semiconductor Industry
Foundations of Leadership
Intro to Biotech & Bionanobiotech
Nanotechnology
Negotiations
Robotics & Automation
Software Engineering
Technology Entrepreneurship
Telecommunications — Intro to Networking

2nd Term (December-February)

(Core Courses)
Accounting
Management of Technology
Organizational Behavior & Design
Operations Management

(Electives)
4th Generation Wireless Networks
Advanced Materials
Computational Finance
Drug Discovery
Foundations of Leadership
Human Computer Interaction
Intro to New Venture Initiation
Marketing Tactics & Strategy (Models & Tools)
Medical Devices
Photonics
Supply Chain Management
Technology Entrepreneurship

3rd Term (March-May)

(Core Courses)
Corporate Finance
Managerial Economics
Marketing
Strategic Management

(Electives)
Applied Probability Models in Marketing
Business & Biotechnology
Computational Finance
Data Mining
Enterprise Software Development
IT Security & Privacy
IT Strategy
Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship
Marketing: Applied Probability Models
Medical Devices
Nanotechnology
Operational Performance Analysis
R&D Management
Real Options Analysis
Software Development
Total Leadership



CALENDAR

EMTM's alternate weekend Friday/Saturday schedule helps minimize time away from work and family, and enables students to commute from a wide geographic region.

TERM 1
FALL
SEP-OCT-NOV
TERM 2
WINTER
DEC-JAN-FEB
TERM 3
SPRING
MAR-APR-MAY

Orientation
(1st year)

6 program weekends per term
Classes meet Friday/Saturday every other weekend

Exam weekend at end of term
(core courses only)


Full-time students attend on Fridays and Saturdays, taking up to 4 courses each term. Half-time students arrive on Friday evening and attend classes on Saturdays only. You also have the flexibility to switch between full-time and half-time in different terms to accommodate work demands.

Related Links:
> Program Calendars 2008-09


“There's not one day where you don't walk out having learned something you can put to immediate use. The amazing part is that it's all relevant.”

David Kapitula, MS, EMTM’10
Senior Director of Quality Control
Cell Genesys
San Francisco, CA

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