Management 298D: Seminar of Technology Commercialization and New Business Development
(Fall, Winter, Spring Quarters 2009-10)
Law 404: Intellectual Property Clinic: Working with Commercialization of Emerging Technologies
(Fall and Spring Semesters 2009-10)
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Mgmt 298D and Law 404 are year-long courses designed to introduce students to the technology transfer process, students must be enrolled for the duration of the couse to receive credit. Mgmt 298D is an introduction to the transformation of new knowledge and inventions into viable commercial products and services, with particular emphasis on the technology transfer process at major research universities like UCLA. Law 404 will emphasize the legal aspects of working with emerging technologies and the seminar will focus on the potential for commercialization. The course will be conducted in a seminar format and will be composed of lectures from distinguished professors and experienced professionals. An important componet of this course is for students to work in interdisciplinary teams on real-life projects that involve UCLA-affiliated technologies that may someday be the basis for a new company. The topics that will be covered are:
Fall: Technology and Legal Feasibility
Winter: Market Feasibility
Spring: Financial Feasibility
This course is open to a maximum of 30 UCLA graduate students: 10 students from the Anderson School of Management, 10 students from School of Law and 10 students from other graduate schools. Students will be admitted by consent of the instructors only and will be selected based on prior experiences, academic achievement, and evidence of entrepreneurial drive. This process is designed to ensure that the teams are multi-disciplinary and composed to students with a passion for entrepreneurship.
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