University Courses

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University Courses

The US-Asia Technology Management Center offers courses for students to take for university credit every Autumn, Winter, and Spring on a variety of topics. Find out more by clicking the links below.

Autumn | EASTASN-402A

Cross-listed as EALC-402A & EE-402A

Topics in International Technology Management

Each year, this series explores different themes such as “Green Technologies in Transportation” to “The Rise of Commercial Space Businesses…

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Winter | JAPAN 151/251

Japanese Business Culture & Systems

This is an English-language course about modern Japan, which is open to registered Stanford students in all schools and departments.…

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Rebalancing Economic Systems in a World Driven by Tech: Quality-of-Life in Socio-Cultural Context

This course examines the need for, and approaches to, rebalancing models of innovation-driven economic growth in the broader context of…

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Spring | EASTASN-402T

Cross-listed as EALC-402T & EE-402T

Entrepreneurship in Asian High-Tech Industries

This series surveys the most recent trends, patterns, and challenges of entrepreneurship in Asia and their relevance to Silicon Valley and the U.S. Guest speakers include entrepreneurs, investors and mentors, and other experts on the current entrepreneurial ecosystems of major…

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