The Graduate Certificate in Innovation was created to meet the needs of innovative corporations and start-up companies. It provides knowledge needed for those who are involved with innovation.
All course requirements can be completed online, live (usually between 5:30 and 8:15 p.m. for 15 weeks) or a combination of the two. All classes are captured on our media servers so if you cannot make it to a particular live lecture because of work or family obligations, you can watch a video recording later.
All classes can be applied toward the MSEM or MSCIS Program upon successful completion.
Choose 3 courses from the following list:
ENGM 600. ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT THEORY AND APPLICATIONS
Management theories, concepts, and applications in an engineering or other technical environment; roles and responsibilities of the engineering manager as integral part of an organization’s overall performance; motivation and leadership theories and methodologies. Three credits
ENGM 611. ENTREPRENEURSHIP FOR ENGINEERING MANAGERS
Organizational and financial planning and evaluation, Cost and location studies and market analysis to determine commercial feasibility of new products and services. Three credits
ENGM 621. ENGINEERING LAW
Legal principles and procedures; contracts and patents; liability, product liability, computer and environmental law; government regulation. Three credits
ENGM 637. FILE ORGANIZATION AND DATA BASE MANAGEMENT
Survey of current database approaches and systems. Topics include DBMS types; architecture; introduction to SQL; query optimization. DB management project required. Three credits