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3월 개원

3월 개원 표
1학기 NRP 2학기 3학기
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  • NRP : New York Residence Program(뉴욕현지수업/해외집중과정)

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9월 개원 표
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  • NRP : New York Residence Program(뉴욕현지수업/해외집중과정)
학점구성 표
구분 이수학점 비고
국내과정 27학점 18과목
해외집중과정 9학점 4과목
Business Project 3학점 2과목
총 36학점
  • 졸업요건 : 최소 45학점 (기업체 경력에 따라 최대 10.5학점 인정)
  • 과목구성 : 한 과목은 총 22.5시간으로 구성됨 (과목당 1.5학점)
  • Business Project:
    - 학습으로 습득한 이론과 사례를 통한 현업의 이슈를 해결해 가는 방법으로, 이론과 실제의 적용
    - 프로젝트 결과물은 회사측면에서 직원 교육과 더불어 주요 현안을 해결할 수 있는 output 을 기대할 수 있음
  • 서울과학종합대학원대학교 MBA 학위 세부전공을 경영학석사 '기술경영'이 아닌 공학석사인 AI · 기술경영으로 취득하기 위해서는 3학기에 AI 관련 필수과목 (Python 등) 추가이수가 필요함. 경영학석사(MBA)를 선택할 경우에는 3학기 수업은 경영학공통 등 자율적으로 선택하여 수강 및 청강하면 됨.
커리큘럼 코스
General Management Technology Management AI Module
경영학 공통 모듈을 통한 통합적
경영관련지식 함양
Technology / IT 관련 모듈을 통한
기술산업 기반 기업경쟁력 강화
Python, R 등 AI와 비즈니스 융합을 위한
AI 필수 코스 (선택사항)
프로젝트 작성을 통한 실무 br비즈니스 접목
  • 본 과정은 디지털 트랜스포메이션을 선도할 기술리더들을 위해, 기술경영(Technology Management)과
    전통 경영학 두 가지 축이 균형을 이루고 있는 특화된 커리큘럼을 제공합니다.
구분 과목명 교과내용 학점
Generalbr Management TMP542 : br International Business,br Technology and br the Economy International trade and investment in technology-intensive fields is examined from the perspective of economic theory. Theories of foreign direct investment and international competitive advantage will be examined in the context of the changing global economy. Summer 1.5
TMP543 : brLeadership,br Team Effectiveness brand Communication This course focuses on business leadership, teamwork and communications. It seeks to answer the following three questions : What do leaders really do? What makes teams effective? How do you create persuasive communications? The course addresses such topics as power and influence, leading organizational change, managing corporate crises, building motivated teams, and developing strategic communications. It examines these topics with a goal of not only imparting knowledge about these managerial practices but also assisting students to acquire the skills necessary to become business leaders, team builders and srticulate communicators. We will seek to bridge theory and managerial practice by using case studies and inviting business executives to the class. The readings for the course come largely from Harvard Business Review articles and case studies on these topics. 1.5
TMP544 : brOrganizational brBehavior An approach to understanding the behavior of individuals in organizations is developed with emphasis on implications for effective management. This approach is used to analyze decision problems encountered in managing human resources. Topics include individual and group decision-making skills, recruitment and selection, employee ability, motivation and incentive systems, job satisfaction, performance assessment and management, retention, training, and employee development. 1.5
TMP549 : brNegotiation Strategy This course is designed to equip students with the basic theories and skills of negotiation. Accordingly, it consists of several parts. The first part is the introduction to the newly development approaches to negotiation; how you can improve your negotiation skills and outcomes. Also some commonly encountered negotiation tactics will be introduced, not to make you victims of those tactics. The second is simulation; students will engage in several negotiation simulations with other students under specific negotiation mandates and the outcomes will be reviewed. The last is a brief introduction to the game theory with an emphasis on the cooperative games; this part deals with the theoretical foundations of bargaining and dispute resolution. Knowledge from economics and mathematics will be helpful but not required. 1.5
TMP548 : brEthics, brCorporate brGovernance and brControl Systems This course explores the values that govern corporate behavior. Topics include understanding ethical behavior, corporate ethics programs, employees’ responsibilities, and codes of conducts and governance. Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) is examined as watershed legislation that has implications for U.S. companies and non-U.S.-based, multinational companies doing business in the U.S. Examples of similar legislation in the EU and elsewhere are covered. Related topics are corporate social responsibility (CSR) (with cases and examples from U.S. and abroad), ways to promote employee engagement, human resource management risk assessment, and human resource information systems. The course also covers mechanisms for developed a positive organizations culture and engaged workforce. This includes review of employee relations programs, developing and learning a high performing team, and developing a continuous learning organizational culture. Case discussions and exercises (e.g., developing a code of conduct) provide hands-on learning experiences. 1.5
TMP573 : brBasic brMarketing Principles brand the Informationbr Economy Introduction to the basic principles of marketing, including: the influence of the marketplace and the marketing environment on marketing decision making; the determination of a firm's product, prices, channels, and communication strategies; and the firm's system for planning and controlling its marketing effort. Special emphasis will be given to marketing in information industries and knowledge intensive industries. 1.5
TMP575 : brManagement brInformation Systems The analysis and design of information systems to aid in managerial decision making and the effective operation of corporations. Pertinent computing, telecommunication and systems technologies will be surveyed. 1.5
TMP541 : brBusinessbrAnalytics The techniques and approaches of microeconomic reasoning are applied to issues of managerial decision making in the corporation. The theory of the market and the price system are closely examined for the purpose of identifying those areas where neoclassical economics is helpful to the analyst and manager. Special attention is paid to cost benefit analysis and models of economic behavior. 1.5
TMP545 : brFinancialbr Accounting Introduction to financial accounting which includes the accounting cycle, analysis and preparation of financial statements, cash flow analysis, corporate accounting, investment in stocks, and international transactions. 1.5
TMP594 :br Finance A Business concepts, practices and procedures to analyze financial flows, especially in high technology settings. Topics covered include the basic mathematics of finance, capital budgeting, capital structure, dividend policy, mergers, and working capital management. 1.5
TMP596 :br Finance B Covers the variety of means by which corporations, especially high technology firms, may be financed. Topics include capital markets, investment principles, venture finance, and a continuation of the mathematics of finance covered by TMP 594. 1.5
Technologybr Management TMP591 : brTechnologybr Management and brEmerging Industries First part of course-pair TMP591 & TMP592. Introduction to salient issues facing managers of enterprises involved in the development and implementation of new technologies. Usp will be made of case histories and presentations b~ technological managers and innovators, wherever possible. Part A of this pair of courses will concentrate on the relationship between technological innovation and emerging industries. 1.5
TMP597 : brTechnologybr Management and brStrategy First part of a course-triad TMP597, TMP598 & TMP578. Concepts and techniques of strategic management are examined and applied to relevant cases involving technology management. The class synthesizes all elements of the program and examines how an organization can plan and develop initiatives, evaluate their effectiveness, and manage the change process. Part A emphasizes corporate strategy. 1.5
TMP598 : brTechnology and brEntrepreneurship Second part of a course-triad TMP597, TMP598 & TMP578. Concepts and techniques of strategic management are examined and applied to relevant cases involving technology management. The class synthesizes all elements of the program and examines how an organization can plan and develop. 1.5
TMP574 :br Marketing of brTechnology Based brProducts Adaptation and extension of basic marketing concepts for technological products. Topics include: understanding unarticulated user needs, demand forecasting and strategic planning in technology markets, product design and architecture, product platform strategy, managing new product realization programs, and managing the technology adoption lifecycle. 1.5
TMP551 : brData Analysis for Technology Managers The use and limitations of mathematical and statistical techniques, especially for the use of data in choosing between alternative strategies for companies. Probability, estimation, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, and regression analysis are among the topics covered. Summer 1.5
TMP592 : brData Mining Second part of course-pair TMP591 & TMP592. Introduction to salient issues facing managers of enterprises involved in the development and implementation of new technologies. Use will be made of case histories and presentations by technological managers and innovators, wherever possible. Part B of this pair of courses will concentrate on the role of technical standards in the dynamics of competition between firms in high technology industries. 1.5
TMP552 : brManagement Science for Technology Managers The course is an introduction to the use and limitation of mathematical and statistical techniques in management, particularly in high technology contexts. Several statistical techniques are covered and examined for application in quantitative decision making. The main purpose of the course is to provide useful information and insights to support uses of statistics. There are two aspects to meet these goals. The first aspect of this course is the teaching of statistical concept by introducing the statistical techniques. Another aspect is to show how statistical techniques are actually used in practice. There are many examples of practical use of statistical techniques with tremendous savings in many areas. Relevant case studies will be presented as the course covers new topics. The emphasis is on the use of tools that every student has (primarily Excel). 1.5
TMP585 : brOperationsbr Management for brTechnology brOrganizations Introduction to the analysis and measurement of processes for creating and delivering goods and services. Covers trade-offs in operations management decisions, product and process planning, layout and location strategy, production scheduling, inventory control, quality management, computer integrated manufacturing, and cost justification, especially in the adoption of new technologies. 1.5
TMP586 : brHumanbr Resources Managementbr for High Technologybr Environments Survey of issues in personnel recruitment, employee selection and classification, workforce evaluation, wages, benefits regulations, unionization, training, quality management, and employee performance in high technology settings. 1.5
TMP546 : brManagerial brAccounting forbr High Technologybr Organizations Development and presentation of accounting information for managerial decision making in a global technological environment. Topics include budgeting, forecasting, profit analysis and planning, performance evaluation, transfer pricing, capital budgeting, performance measurement, and cost control. Special emphasis will be given to accounting issues pertinent to high technology companies, such as valuation of intangible assets. 1.5
TMP599 : brIntellectual brProperty Strategy Third part of a course-triad TMP597, TMPS98 & TMPS78. Concepts and techniques of intellectual property strategy are examined and applied to relevant cases involving technology management. The class synthesizes all elements of the program and examines how an organization can plan and develop initiatives, evaluate their effectiveness, and manage the change process. 1.5
Project TMP547 :brBusiness Strategy: Capstone Course The class provides students with the opportunity to apply the analytic skills they have learned in the classroom to actual management problems. The class will visit various American businesses to learn about the operation, marketing, and financing of the business. Students will be divided into working groups and each group will examine problems in the businesses based on discussions with the managers of various companies visited. Students will recommend solutions to the problems presented by the management. Each group will write a report and make a presentation of their project. 1.5
TMP577 :br Business Project A First part of course-pair TMP577 & TMP578. Students choose a project that focuses on technology management issues in their own industry or organization and apply tools learnt in other courses to analyze the issues. Part A of this pair of courses concentrates on problem formulation and the planning of research and analysis. This course is intended to commence mid-way through the program and be taken concurrently with the next several courses in the program. 1.5
TMP578 : brBusiness Project B Second part of course-pair TMP577 & TMP578. Students take the issues formulated during Part A of this pair of courses and proceed to implement the research plan also developed in that course. Part B of this pair of courses involves detailed data collection, analysis, and reporting of results. This course is intended to commence three-quarters of the way through the program and to be taken concurrently with the next several courses. Submission of the project report and a formal presentation of results are required near the end of the program. 1.5
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본 과정은 뉴욕주립대 스토니브룩과 서울과학종합대학원을 비롯한 엄격한 심사와 평가를 거쳐 선발된 국내외 유수대학의 교수들을 초빙하여 강사진을 구성하고 있습니다. 실무와 현장경험을 보유한 세계 최고 수준의 교수진과 평가 시스템은 본 과정만의 차별화된 장점입니다.

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Carl Allocca
소속 : M.S. Degree in Taxation, Taft Univ. CPA
과목 : Specialization: Accountingbr         Director of Undergraduate Business
Christie L. Comunale
소속 : Ph.D., University of South Florida
과목 : Specialization: Accounting
Mark Palermo
소속 : JD, Hofstra Univ. School of Law, NY,          MBA Adelphi Univ. School of Business, NY
과목 : Specialization: Management
Sandro Brusco
소속 : College of Business, Stony Brook University
과목 : Specialization: Accounting
Robert J. Frey
소속 : Ph.D. in Applied Math and Statistics from          Stony Brook University
과목 : Specialization: Accounting
Keli Xiao
소속 : Ph.D. in Finance from Rutgers Business          School
과목 : Specialization: Finance
Sergio Focardi
소속 : Ph.D. in Financial Mathematics from the          University of Karlsuhe (Germany)
과목 : Specialization: Finance
Yair Tauman
소속 : Ph.D. in Mathematics, The Hebrew          University of Jerusalem
과목 : Specialization: Finance
Yiyi Zhou
소속 : Ph.D. in Economics from the Univ. of Virginia
과목 : Specialization: Economics
Dmytro Holod
소속 : Ph.D., University of Kentucky
과목 : Specialization: Finance br          Director of Graduate Studies
Michael Nugent
소속 : MBA, Dowling College
과목 : Specialization: Finance          Finance Program Director
Noah Smith
소속 : Ph.D. in economics from the Univ. of          Michigan
과목 : Specialization: Economics
Aaron Kim
소속 : Ph.D.,Sogang University in Korea,          Habilitation (Doctor of Science) process          in Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
과목 : Specialization: Finance
Gokhan Torna
소속 : Ph.D., Finance, Univ.of Kansas, USA
과목 : Specialization: Finance
Richard Chan
소속 : Ph.D., University of Washington
과목 : Specialization: Management
Lily Cushenbery
소속 : Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University
과목 : Specialization: Management
Robert Ettl
소속 : MBA, Iona College
과목 : Specialization: Marketing & Strategy
Aristotle Lekakos
소속 : M.S. Degree, Polytechnic Institute of New York
과목 : Specialization: Management