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M.Phil. in Technology Policy, 2005: Mandatory and optional modules

The Degree Committee for the Judge Institute of Management Studies give notice that the mandatory and optional modules available for study for the M.Phil. in Technology Policy (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 486) in the academical year 2004-05 and the form of examination for each module will be as follows.

Assuming all required and expected components are included in the student's programme, the student must in addition select four modules from the following elective options.

Mandatory ModulesMode of Examination
TP1 Introduction to Technology, Policy, and Microeconomics, Michaelmas 2004 Course-work
TP2 Seminars in Technology and Policy, Michaelmas 2004 Course-work
TP3 Key Methods in Technology and Policy, Lent 2005 Course-work
TP4 Leadership, Negotiation, and Consensus, Easter 2005 Course-work
MOT&I-I Management of Technology and Innovation I, January 2005 Course-work
MOT&I-II Management of Technology and Innovation II, Lent 2005 Course-work
MOTI-I & II taken together constitute the equivalent of two modules in the M.Phil. in Technology Policy.

Expected Components.

Mode of Examination
These modules have similar status to mandatory modules, but the Course Director may release a student from the requirement to complete this course in special circumstances. In such cases a module from the elective list must be agreed as a replacement.
TP5 Distribution Networks, Michaelmas 2004 Course-work
TP6 Risk Management and Real Options for Engineering Systems, December 2004 Course-work
TP7 Political Economy of Technology Policy, Lent 2005 Course-work

Optional Modules

Mode of Examination
4A1 Nuclear Power Engineering, Lent 2005 Examination and course-work
4A4 Aircraft Stability and Control, Michaelmas 2004 Course-work
4A5 Internal Combustion Engines, Michaelmas 2004 Examination
4A8 Environmental Fluid Mechanics, Michaelmas 2004 Examination
4B2 Power Electronics and Applications, Lent 2005 Examination
4B5 Nanotechnology, Michaelmas 2004 Examination and course-work
4B8 Electronic System Design, Michaelmas 2004 Examination and course-work
4B14 Solar Electronic Power: Generation and Distribution, Michaelmas 2004 Examination and course-work
4B15 Advanced Telecommunications Networks, Lent 2004 Examination and course-work
4B18 Advanced electronic devices, Lent 2005 Examination
4C1 Design Against Failure, Lent 2005 Examination and course-work
4C4 Design Methods, Michaelmas 2004 Examination and course-work
4C5 Design Case Studies, Lent 2005 Course-work
4D1 Petroleum Engineering, Michaelmas 2004 Examination and course-work
4D4 Ground Engineering, Lent 2005 Course-work
4D6 Dynamics in Civil Engineering, Lent 2005 Examination and course-work
4D14 Contaminated Land and Waste Containment, Michaelmas 2004 Examination and course-work
4D15 Sustainable Water Engineering, Lent 2005 Course-work
4D16 Construction and Management, Michaelmas 2004 Examination and course-work
4E1 Technological Innovation: Research and Practice, Michaelmas 2004 Course-work
4E4 Management of Technology, Michaelmas 2004 Course-work
4E5 International Business Economics, Lent 2005 Course-work
4E6 Accounting and Finance, Michaelmas 2004 Examination
4E7 Enterprise and Business Development, Lent 2005 Course-work
4E8 Design and Management of Manufacturing Systems, Michaelmas 2004 Course-work
4E9 Quantitative Developments in Operations Management, Lent 2005 Course-work
4E11 Strategic Management, Lent 2005 Course-work
4F1 Control System Design, Michaelmas 2004 Examination and course-work
4F5 Digital Communications, Lent 2005 Examination
4F6 Signal Detection and Estimation, Lent 2005 Examination
4F11 Speech Processing, Michaelmas 2004 Examination
4F12 Computer Vision and Robotics, Michaelmas 2004 Examination
4M14 Sustainable Development, Michaelmas 2004 Course-work
5CMI1 Electricity and Environment, Michaelmas 2004 Course-work
5CMI2 Telecommunications: Technologies and Policies in the Networked Digital World, Michaelmas 2004 Course-work
5CMI3 Logistic Systems Control, Lent 2005 Course-work
5CMI4 Industry, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship, Lent 2005 Course-work
5CMI5 Project Management, Lent 2005 Course-work
ESD2 Changing organizations towards sustainability, Lent 2005 Course-work
ESD3 Sustainable Development Engineering Responses, Lent 2005 Course-work
ESD-1.8 Legal Frameworks and Environmental Regulation, Lent 2005 Course-work
1.818J Sustainable Energy, Lent 2005 Course-work
1.253J Transportation and Environmental Limits, Lent 2005 Course-work
1.817 Planning for Sustainable Development, Michaelmas 2004 Course-work
BSE-1 & 2 Building a Bioscience Business, Lent 2005 Course-work
(Note this course consists of two connected modules. It credits as two modules for the Technology Policy M.Phil. )
MP1 Organizations, Michaelmas 2004 Course-work
MP4 Markets, Firms, and the Organization of Industry, Michaelmas 2004 Course-work
MP5 Environment and Sustainability, Lent 2005 Course-work
MP7 Topics in Operations Management, Lent 2005 Course-work
MP8 Topics in Marketing and Strategy, Lent 2005 Course-work
MP13 Globalization and the Impact of Global Big Business, Michaelmas 2004 Course-work
MF2 Principles of Finance, Michaelmas 2004 Examination (or class test)
TPE8 System Dynamics, Lent 2005 Course-work
TPE9 Law, Technological Innovation, and Intellectual Property, Lent 2005 Course-work

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Cambridge University Reporter 11 August 2004
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