A Study on the Development of Intellectual Property Education Course Focused on Entrepreneurship
Wonji Lee,Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in IT Law, Dankook University
Yujin Jeon,Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in IT Law, Dankook University
Hwanwoo Lee,Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in IT Law, Dankook University
This study proposes a model of entrepreneurial based intellectual property education that enables practical learning through appreciating convergence of intellectual property education, patent application in engineering and business administration. In order to verify the education model, the demonstration program was proceeded as a regular course for the first semester in university. As a result the students' satisfaction and learning performance was very high. In this paper, it provides various implication for the new direction of intellectual property by suggesting education based on practice.
Intellectual property, Startup, University, Education, Convergence
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