Intellectual Property and Technology Law and Policy - Certificate
The Certificate in Intellectual Property and Technology Law and Policy is designed for designed for professionals, including management analysts, business operation specialists, information security analysts, and software developers, to deliver specialized legal training to position them to respond to the challenges and opportunities the industry may pose for providers, suppliers, and industry partners.
This graduate-level Certificate in Intellectual Property and Technology Law and Policy will prepare new and experienced professionals to effectively address complex legal and policy challenges in the intellectual property and technology fields. Specifically, participants will be exposed to (i) important Federal and state laws, regulations and policies in the intellectual property and technology fields, and (ii) advances in theory and practice, as well as applications of law, regulation and policies through case studies through a module-based structure. The Certificate in Intellectual Property and Technology Law and Policy provides an industry-responsive curriculum with a focus on intellectual property and technology law as it applies to policies, business, and economic factors.
Interactive coursework includes case study assignments and regular interaction with classmates through zoom meetings, videos, audio casts, chat rooms, discussion boards, and group breakout sessions. Courses are offered by asynchronous distance learning to provide a flexible schedule for working professionals. Individuals who complete the program will be able to synthesize scenarios, practice, and legal regulation in various sectors involving intellectual property, providing analysis or judgments for consideration to organizational leadership with a nuanced perspective.
This program is also approved for delivery via asynchronous distance education technology.
For more information, please go to law.tamu.edu.