In response to the dynamic global competition, incessant innovation is the key for business success and the base for sustainable management. Graduate Institute of Technology, Innovation and Intellectual Property Management (TIIPM) was founded to integrate multidisciplinary knowledge including management, technology, and innovation to create a diverse and dynamic research environment.

TIIPM strives to take intellectual property as the core to converge multidisciplinary knowledge, and connect the process from creativity, innovation, to entrepreneurship effectively formulating the value innovation system, and creating unique competitive advantage not just through combining theory with practice, deepening the cooperation with industry, but through broadening students’ international horizons and nurturing transdisciplinary talents.

Curriculum

  • Academic and Research Ethics (1)
  • Philosophical Foundations and Research Methods of Social Sciences (3)
  • Quantitative Research Methods (3)
  • Qualitative Research Methods (3)
  • Seminar in Theories of Technology, Innovation & Intellectual Property
  • Management I (1)
  • Seminar in Theories of Technology, Innovation & Intellectual Property
  • Management II (1)
  • Seminar in Theories of Technology, Innovation & Intellectual Property
  • Management III (1)
  • Seminar in Theories of Technology, Innovation & Intellectual Property
  • Management IV (1)
  • Seminar in Innovation Economics (3)
  • Seminar in Strategic Management Theories (3)
  • Seminar in Technology and Innovation Management (3)
  • Seminar in Intellectual Property Management (3)
  • Seminar in Innovation Adoption and Diffusion: Multiple Perspectives (3)
  • Seminar in Technology, Humanity and Society (3)
  • Seminar in Entrepreneurship and New Business Development (3)
  • Seminar in Theories of Creativity (3)
  • Seminar in Creative and Cultural Industries (3)
  • Seminar in Intellectual Property Law (3)
  • Seminar in S&T Law & IPR (3)
  • Seminar in Intellectual Property Transactions and Marketing (3)

Program Structure

Credits required for graduation 33 credits
Duration of study  4 to 7 years (max.) 
Graduation requirements
  1. Pass two level qualifying examination: research methods, and 2 core discipline areas
  2. Minimum overseas research stay: 3 months
  3. International conference participation and paper presentation
  4. Publication in approved journals
  5. PhD dissertation
Degree conferred  Doctor of Philosophy ( Ph.D.) 

Application Materials

  1. CV
  2. English Proficiency Test Scores (TOEFL, IELTS). Not required if English is the applicants’ first language, or if the applicant studied in an English-Language Degree Program).
  3. Master thesis or other academic articles
  4. An internet interview through internet might be required.
  5. Please indicate in your autobiography which program you wish to join in (i.e. Law , Management, and Actuarial Science).

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