Management of Technology (MOT)

MOT 6102. Econ Analy For Managers. 2 Credit Hours.

Studies the economic concepts that describe and explain the environment within which firms operate.

MOT 6103. Fin & Managerial Account. 2 Credit Hours.

Covers the basic concepts that underlie the use of accounting information. Includes balance sheet, income statement, alternative costing systems.

MOT 6104. Financial Management. 2 Credit Hours.

Change. Course focuses on financial concepts and how they are used to maximize the value of the firm and choose among alternative courses of action.

MOT 6105. Analytical Tools. 2 Credit Hours.

This course focuses on statistics and mathematical modeling of use to decision makers in technology environments with significant uncertainty.

MOT 6106. Technological Innovation. 2 Credit Hours.

This course addresses the processes involved in technological innovation, focusing on models, sources, flows, and the protection of innovation.

MOT 6107. Tech Strategies-Info Sys. 2 Credit Hours.

This course examines information systems and their impact in manufacturing and service operations.

MOT 6109. Managing People. 2 Credit Hours.

This course focuses on the management and leadership of people and human resource systems in modern organizations.

MOT 6110. Tech & Transformation. 2 Credit Hours.

This course focuses on how work processes within organizations can be designed and managed to optimize output effectiveness.

MOT 6111. Org Transformation Meth. 2 Credit Hours.

This course introduces methods to adapt, evolve, or create change in the way organizations structure themselves to increase effectiveness in responding to competitive demands.

MOT 6112. Marketing-Tech Environ. 2 Credit Hours.

This course focuses on the marketing function, its relationship to other functions within the firm, and its strategic significance to high-tech organizations.

MOT 6114. Seminar in MOT. 2 Credit Hours.

This seminar features senior executives from organizations that develop or use technology discussing current practices, policies, and issues.

MOT 6115. Technology Forecasting. 2 Credit Hours.

This course examines key emerging technologies, their development patterns, and the associated impact on industries, industrial competitiveness, and society.

MOT 6116. Strategy In Mot. 2 Credit Hours.

This course examines and discusses how technology-based firms develop and implement business, functional, and technology strategies.

MOT 6122. Mot Project III. 2 Credit Hours.

Participants complete their MOT project research, submit a written report, and present their results to their organization.

MOT 6124. Bus & Leadership Skills. 3 Credit Hours.

Participant's technological, business, and leadership skills (communications, teamwork, conflict resolution, diversity) are enhanced.

MOT 6125. Creating Tech Ventures. 3 Credit Hours.

This course covers the issues associated with the earliest stages of new technology venture formation.

MOT 6126. Int'l Issues in MOT. 4 Credit Hours.

Global business issues and strategies are explored through an international study tour.

MOT 6127. Building Tech Ventures. 2 Credit Hours.

The foucs of this course is on learning how to manage rapid growth in a technology venture.

MOT 6128. Venture Financing. 2 Credit Hours.

In this course students learn various methods for raising capital to fund new ventures.

MOT 6129. Int'l Business & Finance. 2 Credit Hours.

The purpose of this course is to develop students' understanding of global business and finance.

MOT 6130. MOT Project I. 3 Credit Hours.

Participant's develop and present a proposal for a technology-based team venture project.

MOT 6131. MOT Project II. 3 Credit Hours.

Participant's execute their MOT venture project, including marketing and financial analyses.

MOT 6132. MOT Project I. 2 Credit Hours.

First in a sequence of three courses where students execute their new venture project. During this segment, they focus on concept definition and team formation.

MOT 6133. Ethical Decision Making. 1 Credit Hour.

This course focuses on understanding and applying ethical decision making practices in business.

MOT 6134. MOT Project II. 2 Credit Hours.

Second in a sequence of three courses where students execute their new venture project. During this segment, they focus on marketing and financial analyses of their new technology venture.