TI:GER® which stands for Technology Innovation: Generating Economic Results, is a unique immersive track in Strategy and Innovation. Students have joined since 2002. Georgia Tech Scheller College MBA students work with other PhD students
Georgia Tech Scheller College MBA students work with other PhD students from Georgia Tech’s engineering, computing, and science colleges and JD students from Emory Law school to translate ideas into successful technology innovations. It is a transdisciplinary program that combines: classroom instruction, innovation projects, team activities, and real-world experience into a comprehensive and practical education. Students benefit from a competitive advantage in getting jobs and advancing their careers in technology innovation. This is thanks to TI:GER® lab’s location at the center of Technology Square, where more than 20 corporate innovation centers and more than 100 startups have their headquarters. Furthermore, TI:GER has an active network of corporate executives, entrepreneurs, investors, consultants, lawyers, and more than 600 TI:GER alumni who support students during and after the program.
and more than 600 TI:GER alumni who support students during and after the program. To earn the TI:GER certificate, students complete 12 credit hours over 3 terms. Starting in the spring, students take Innovation Analysis, a course that focuses on market, industry, technology, financial, and strategy analysis. And they enroll in Innovation Research Methods I, a virtual lab showing how to conduct interviews to collect qualitative data for innovation analysis. Continuing in the fall, students take Innovation and Business Model Design, a course that focuses on using the analyses from the spring term to inform the design and validation of the business model. Also, they take a virtual lab that focuses on learning and using software for qualitative data analysis. During the next spring, TI:GER students have the option to take Innovation Execution or New Venture Practicum, or both, along with the final virtual lab that focuses on observational fieldwork. For more information visit tiger.gatech.edu TI:GER’s new cohort starts in January. What are you waiting for? Apply here!