Program Structure

The MTIM Postgraduate Program leads to a Master’s of Science (MSc) degree in ‘Technology and Innovation Management’. The MTIM has been designed around the specific themes of Technology & Innovation Management. The units are structured to provide a strong and coherent narrative.

The program’s duration is 12 months.

The graduate program comprises:

  • Two semesters of 13 weeks each one with course work on a full-time basis (60 ECTS). Formal examinations are conducted after each semester, and
  • Following the successful completion of their exams, the students will have a 3-month period from to prepare their master thesis (15 ECTS).

The course will consist of three main components:

  • Lectures
  • Laboratory exercises
  • Computer exercises

These take place during a two-semester period (13 weeks each).


List of Courses

The MTIM program students should attend the following mandatory courses:

First Semester

  1. Technology, Management and Innovation
  2. Technology Management & Entrepreneurship
  3. Building and Sustaining a Successful Enterprise
  4. Production & Operations Management
  5. Decision Analysis & Risk Management
  6. Business Economics
  7. Marketing Management in Technology Firms

Second Semester

  1. New Product and Service Development
  2. Consumer Behaviour
  3. Innovation Economics
  4. Managing Innovation & Business Negotiations
  5. Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship
  6. Inventions and intellectual property
  7. Disruptive Technologies: Telecommunications, Multimedia, Environment, Production and Management, …
  8. Big Data and Data Analytics
  9. Business Intelligence and Knowledge Management
  10. Electronic Business


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Master Thesis

The programme is completed with a Master Thesis.