The graduate certificate in Innovation Management and Technology Commercialization is geared toward engineers, scientists and managers working in technology-oriented ventures. This certificate also appeals to attorneys working in areas of intellectual property or affiliated with firms that focused on technological advances.
If you are ready to learn about the complex process of bringing new products, ideas and discoveries to market then this is the program for you.
This certificate is a launching point for students looking to complete the M.S. in Innovation Management and Technology Commercialization.
REQUIREMENTS [12 credits]
Application: Complete your application. Questions about the application should be directed to the Office of Graduate and International Admissions (410.837.6565).
Personal Statement: Detail your reasons for seeking a graduate business education, your short-and long-term professional and personal goals, and how you think this graduate program will help you achieve them. Provide any additional information highlighting unique aspects of your candidacy to the Admissions Committee. Please limit statement to 1,000 words.
Transcripts: Submit two copies of official transcripts from all institutions attended. Applicants to the graduate business certificate programs are required to have a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0.
Letters of Recommendation: Provide two letters of recommendation addressing your abilities to successfully complete a graduate business program.
Resume: Provide a current resume detailing employment history (including dates, titles, responsibilities, and community activities.
GMAT: The GMAT is not required for applicants to the graduate certificate programs.
This information is provided to help you make an informed decision about this certificate program related to time and resources required to complete the program and possible employment outcomes.
This certificate will prepare you for careers including, but not limited to, the ones listed below. The code referenced is the Standard Occupational Classification code published by the Department of Labor.