- Do you want to contribute to a knowledge-based economy?
- Are you interested in technology related innovations?
- And do you have a science or technology related background?
If so, the master Science and Innovation Management could be just right for you. In this two-year research Master's programme you will be trained to contribute to sustained economic growth by analysing and managing the dynamics of innovation systems.
Bridging the gap
Developments in areas as energy, transport or health not only need researchers who can provide new technologies. They also, and increasingly, need academics that can link new technologies with the economic wishes, needs and conditions of our society. And that’s exactly what the Master’s Programme in Science and Innovation Management does: bridging the gap between technology and society.
Understanding the dynamics of innovation
Science and Innovation Management focuses on science and technology driven processes of change from the perspective of innovation systems. You will learn:
- about technology and applications
- about people and organisations in order to gain a broad view of all policy, management and strategy aspects involved in realising an innovation.
- how to analyse and manage this innovation process.
- how to analyse the dynamics of innovation systems and the conditions of the actors involved in the innovation process.
Interested in this programme?
NVAO accredited programme
This Master’s programme has been accredited by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO).
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