Provide perspectives, concepts, and tools to anticipate challenges and seize opportunities presented by global technological change; Provide graduates from different functional areas and perspectives with understanding of the nature and process of technological innovation; Develop a common business language so managers and technologists can work together on technological processes Understand cross-cultural management perspectives and processes vis-à-vis technology development and innovation; Understand and integrate the commercialisation of technology and management of business operations; and To utilise the linkages between technologies and organisational strategies to create value for the customer and competitive advantage for the organisation.
Potential candidates seeking admission to the programme will hold a minimum 2.2 award in a primary degree. A suitable candidate, who is not a graduate, but is a graduate member of the Institute of Engineers of Ireland, or of equivalent status in a similar professional engineering or scientific institution, may be eligible for consideration for admission.Potential candidates who do not have the above qualifications or accreditation but have achieved some third level qualifications and have extensive practical experience may be considered a non-standard entrant to the programme.
Recipient: Dublin Institute of Technology
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