Fundamentals of Technology Management

This course introduces the interdisciplinary aspects of Management of Technology. It includes Engineering, science, and management principles contributing to the development of a successful framework for managing technological resources within a country or an organization. Technology as the engine of wealth creation, technology life cycles, the process of technological innovation, competitiveness
MOT 601

STI Policy & Technology Foresight

This course introduces the field of STI policy, its historical development, theoretical frameworks, measurement methods and main policy instruments. The relationship of STI Policy to Technology Foresight will be examined. Different tools of technological foresight will also be discussed including Delphi techniques, trend analysis and scenario construction. The course adopts a balanced approach in
MOT 610

Innovation & Product development Management

This course enables the students to keep abreast of the fast-developing and multi-disciplinary field of innovation. It provides the students with the necessary skills and knowledge to explore and manage creativity, research and development, and product development. The course focuses on the managerial skills and professional expertise needed to take a product or service from concept to market
MOT 602

Strategic Management of Technology

The course begins by introducing the concepts of Technology and Strategy and exploring the connection between them. It ensures that there is an understanding of what Technology Strategy is and why it is important for businesses. It focuses on the ways that companies create and sustain competitive advantage in high-technology industries. Then it explores S-curves in technology improvement and
MOT 603


This course includes the theory and practice of entrepreneurship and new venture creation. Conversion of technological know-how and engineering theories into business enterprises, connecting technology with markets, the role and characteristics of entrepreneurs, preparing a business plan, securing sources of capital, and understanding the complexities of selecting a management team. Students will
MOT 604

Marketing and Commercialization of Technology

This course exposes students to the fundamental and emerging concepts of marketing, the analytical tools, and the “language” of marketing in both industrial and service organizations are used. Topics include the 5 Cs of marketing analysis (Company, Customers, Competition, Collaborators, and Context), the STP marketing process (Segmentation, Targeting, and Positioning), and the 4 Ps of marketing
MOT 611

Project & Knowledge Management

The first part of this course covers; Techniques and tools of project management, use of network flow techniques including critical path management (PM/CPM), planning systems concepts, time management, conflicts, cost and resource control, tradeoffs, and sensitivity analyses, PERT/Cost and project crashing. To have effective project management, knowledge management should be tackled. In the second
MOT 612

Pivotal and Emerging Technologies

The focus of this course is on selected new technologies or continuing development of existing technologies. Discussing the road map of their developments, their importance, and their roles in the different aspects of life such as in industry, business, economy, education, medicine, etc. Irrespective of the fact that the technologies and/or their practical applications may still be largely
MOT 615

Supply Chain Management

Logistics and Supply Chain Management (SCM) oversees the process of movement of materials, information, and finances as they move from suppliers to retailers through manufacturers and wholesalers, and ultimately to consumers. The course aims at exposing students to the concepts of coordinating and integrating these flows both within and among companies. It will discuss how to reach the goal of
MOT 614

Selected Topics in Management of Technology

This course is tailored to introduce students to the latest advances in fields that are related to their specialization in the management of technology, and/or to focus on a specific area of particular interest to the discipline. Course contents may vary from term to term to address emerging subjects and based on the diploma learning objectives.