EMTM InSITE

CALENDAR


EMTM's alternate weekend Friday/Saturday schedule helps minimize time away from work and family, and enables students to commute from a wide geographic region.

TERM 1
FALL
SEP-OCT-NOV
TERM 2
WINTER
DEC-JAN-FEB
TERM 3
SPRING
MAR-APR-MAY

Orientation
(1st year)

6 program weekends per term
Classes meet Friday/Saturday every other weekend

Exam weekend at end of term
(core courses only)


Full-time students attend on Fridays and Saturdays, taking up to 4 courses each term. Half-time students arrive on Friday evening and attend classes on Saturdays only. You also have the flexibility to switch between full-time and half-time in different terms to accommodate work demands.


EMTM Course Line-up: Terms 1, 2 and 3

The EMTM curriculum integrates technology and business through its core courses and wide range of technology and management electives. (10 core courses + 6 technology electives + 4 open electives = 20 courses total, plus the Emerging Technologies Seminar)

Each year, new electives are introduced to address emerging technologies and needs in the management of technology and innovation. This is a representation of the courses typically offered by term.

1st Term (September-November)

(Core Courses)
First Year:
Marketing Strategies
Statistics

Second Year:
Marketing Strategies
Decision Models

(Electives)
Case Studies in Corporate Finance
Dynamics of the Semiconductor Industry
Foundations of Leadership
Negotiations
Robotics & Automation
Software Engineering
Technology Entrepreneurship
Telecommunications — Intro to Networking

2nd Term (December-February)

(Core Courses)
Accounting
Management of Technology
Organizational Behavior & Design
Operations Management

(Electives)
4th Generation Wireless Networks
Advanced Materials
Drug Discovery
Energy, Commerce & Policy
Foundations of Leadership
Human Computer Interaction
Intro to Biotech & Bionanobiotech
Intro to New Venture Initiation
Models and Tools for Marketing Tactics & Strategy
Supply Chain Management

3rd Term (March-May)

(Core Courses)
Corporate Finance
Managerial Economics

(Electives)
Applied Probability Models in Marketing
Business & Biotechnology
Computational Finance
Data Mining
Enterprise Software Development
IT Security & Privacy
IT Strategy
Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship
Marketing: Applied Probability Models
Medical Devices
Nanotechnology
Product Design and Development
R&D Management
Real Options Analysis
Sustainable Energy Options
Total Leadership