Students

  

Courses

MGMT 241A: TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
MGMT 245: SPECIAL TOPICS IN DOTM: QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS FOR HEALTH SYSTEMS
MGMT 260A: CUSTOMER ASSESSMENT & ANALYTICS
MGMT 275-01: INNOVATION IN MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT TECH
MGMT 275-01: HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGY
MGMT 275-02: CLOUD COMPUTING & BIG DATA
MGMT 275-01: PRODUCT MANAGEMENT (TBD)
MGMT 275-02: RAISING CAPITAL FOR EARLY STAGE TECHNOLOGY VENTURES
MGMT 240F: GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
MGMT 273-01: EXAMINING THE VIDEO GAME INDUSTRY
MGMT 292B: GROWTH, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
MGMT 298D-02: DIGITAL BUSINESS
MGMT 298D-03: MANAGING DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES & BUSINESS MODELS
MGMT 298D-03: CONTENT CREATION IN THE GLOBAL DIGITAL AGE
MGMT 298D-03/16: TOOLS & ANALYSIS FOR BUSINESS STRATEGY
MGMT 298D-05: DIGITAL MARKETING STRATEGY
MGMT 298D-09: TECHNOLOGY COMMERCIALIZATION & INNOVATION
MGMT 298D-15: WEB MARKETING & ANALYTICS
MGMT 298D-17: MARKETING & ANALYTICS
MGMT 298D-23: ENTREPRENEURSHIP TACTICS & RESOURCES TECHNOLOGY
MGMT 407: BUSINESS ANALYTICS WITH SPREADSHEETS
BIOENGR 233A: ADVANCING BIOENGINEERING INNOVATIONS I: MEDICAL DEVICE CONCEPTS FOR UNMET CLINICAL NEEDS IN MEDICAL DEVICE DEVELOPMENT
BIOENGR 233B: ADVANCING BIOENGINEERING INNOVATIONS II: ENTREPRENEURIAL OPPORTUNITIES IN MEDICAL DEVICE DEVELOPMENT
ELEC ENG 293: IP FOR TECH ENTREPRENEURS & MANAGERS
MGMT 228: FINANCIAL REPORTING & EQUITY VALUATION
MGMT 231E: MANAGING AND FINANCING THE EMERGING ENTERPRISE
MGMT 235: VENTURE CAPITAL & PRIVATE EQUITY
MGMT 266A: NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
MGMT 266B: ADVERTISING & MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS
MGMT 267: ONE-TO-ONE MARKETING
MGMT 284C: MANAGING ENTREPRENEURIAL ORGANIZATIONS
MGMT 291: STRATEGIES FOR TECH-BASED CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT
MGMT 295A: ENTREPRENEURSHIP & VENTURE INITIATION
MGMT 295C: CORPORATE ENTREPRENEURSHIP
MGMT 295D: BUSINESS PLAN DEVELOPMENT
MGMT 298D-07: SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
MGMT 215A: NEGOTIATION ANALYSIS
MGMT 250D: PATTERNS OF PROBLEM SOLVING
MGMT 252: PERSUASION & INFLUENCE
MGMT 281B: PEOPLE IN ORGANIZATIONS
MGMT 285A: LEADERSHIP, MOTIVATION, AND POWER
MGMT 285B: MANAGERIAL INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
MGMT 286: NEGOTIATIONS BEHAVIOR
MGMT 298D-06: CRITICAL MILESTONES IN PREPARATION FOR A LIFE OF LEADERSHIP
MGMT 298E-01: EMOTIONALLY INTELLIGENT LEADER

Non-Academic Offerings

 

WORKSHOPS

Interactive workshops are designed to help students learn skills they will need to become future technology leaders in a short span of time. Workshops fall into the broad categories of product management, product marketing management, and leadership. Product management skills can include agile development, design thinking; technology marketing include social media marketing, SQL, and data visualization; leadership exercises can include case studies and practicing persuasion techniques. Easton offers a varying combination of 3 to 5 workshops each quarter and many are available remotely. 

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Speaker/Panel Events

Easton events include showcase events such as CES, Big Data Conference, and CREATE Conference as well as speaker events including the annual keynote and quarterly speaker series. Some previous speakers include Kirk Dunn, COO of Cloudera, Jim Miller, VP Operations Worldwide at Google, Vivek Sharma, SVP Digital Guest Experience at Disney Parks and Resorts, and Jason Knapp, CPO of VIANT.

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Enrichment Activities

Easton exposes students to a variety of enrichment activities throughout the year. Mentoring opportunities and academic internships greatly enhance students’ professional prospects.

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Pursuing The Certificate

 

Easton students may participate in academic and non-academic course offerings. The Easton Technology Management Certificate is earned by completing required courses and fulfilling additional non-academic criteria that give students a distinct advantage when pursuing careers in the technology sector.

Easton Certificate Requirements
*Please note that requirements vary based on your MBA program (i.e. MBA, FEMBA, or EMBA). Please check CCLE for your specific requirements.

service activity

Our staff can approve service activities. Some creative options to fulfill the service activity include introducing Easton to an industry contact industry contact or student club, volunteering for an Easton activity or writing a blog post. 

summer internship

A summer internship in a tech related role at a large global company or startup is required for all Easton students who are not currently employed during the summer. FEMBA and EMBA students do not need to complete this requirement.

 

CCLE

The CCLE student portal is your best source of information for upcoming workshops, events, and program information. This is also where you can track your progress as you complete requirements towards the Easton certificate.

For current students that wish to see the complete list and schedule of courses, track the status of requirements and view the progress towards the certificate, please access CCLE. CCLE Portal

For prospective students that wish to see the complete list of courses please email:



easton@anderson.ucla.edu