DOI: https://doi.org/10.32347/2412-9933.2014.17.%p

Master of Science in Management of Technology (MSc. MOT) Education – Benchmarking the Japanese case as an advanced country of MOT education and expectation for the MOT education in Ukraine

H. Tanaka, S. Bushuyev

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Management of Technology (MOT) education at higher education institutes is a kind of professional higher education of practicing engineers who are employed in business or public services after having graduated from engineering schools (BS or MS in Engineering) or science schools. MOT education is intended to re-educate working engineers in strengthening their knowledge of management and finance to upgrade them to be talents fit for being technology oriented managers who could roadmap employers’ business strategy and innovation from total business perspective. This paper benchmarks a case of Japan as one of the most populous MOT higher education countries in the world and tries to explore the future of MOT education in Ukraine.

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