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智慧財產學院
Organization and Structure

 

I. Current Structure

  Honors College of NTUST currently consists of Bachelor Degree Program in IPR (double major for NTUST students), Postgraduate Bachelor Degree Program in IPR, Inter-Disciplinary Bachelor’s Program (IDBP), Graduate Institute of Biomedical Engineering, Graduate Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Graduate Institute of Color and Illumination Technology and Graduate Institute of Patent, which offers Master’s Program and Bachelor Degree Program of IPR.


  Department of Industrial Management, Department of Business Administration, Department of Information Management, all of which also offers postgraduate programs, are part of the School of Management of NTUST, which also consist of Graduate Institute of Technology Management, Graduate Institute of Management, Graduate Institute of Finance, MBA and EDBA/EMBA of the School of Management, and Bachelor Degree Program of Technology Management. The structure is shown in graph 5.

II. Planned Structure


  The College of Intellectual Property Studies (hereinafter referred to as “the College”) will provide the most comprehensive, diverse and inter-disciplinary learning environment closely connected to industry developments, and offer students IP-related practicum opportunities.


  The short-term plan involves moving programs to the College of Intellectual Property Studies from other faculties: from Honors College—Bachelor Degree Program in IPR (double major for NTUST students) and Postgraduate Bachelor Degree Program in IPR and from the School of Management—Graduate Institute of Technology Management and Bachelor Degree Program of Technology Management (double major for NTUST students).

Graph 1: Current structure of Graduate Institute of Patent, which is under Honors College, and Graduate Institute of Technology Management, under Graduate Institute of Patent

 

 

  Also, the College of Intellectual Property Studies will be completed by expanding existing and adding new programs. To meet the growing demand in industry, the College plans to increase the scope of research and number of students accepted by the master’s programs of the Graduate Institute of Patent and Graduate Institute of Technology Management. Also, the College will establish an In-Service Master’s Program in Intellectual Property Studies. Please see graph 6 for the planned structure.


  In addition, the College will maximize the University’s research achievements and the benefits of industry-academia collaboration BY working with Intellectual Property Business Center under the Office of Research and Development of NTUST, to provide students practicum courses and internships, so they may learn about IP-related practicum, patent analysis, patent portfolio and add-value management,.

Graph 2: New structure of the College in the short-term plan