First Intellectual Property course has introduced by the University of Southern California for undergraduates. The initiative of USC could prove dynamic to region’s economic future.
IP education gap poses a threat to U.S. leadership in the 21st-century economy.
Southern University has additionally ventured forward with a creative program to prepare tomorrow’s pioneers in the abilities they should explore our IP-driven economy.
Billionaire medical inventor Dr. Gary Michelson and the brainchild of Southern University President C.L. Max Nikias launched this course.
The intellectual property has been taught only in law schools, but IP has developed from a barely concentrated legitimate field into a noteworthy power in American society as well as financial life.
With IP-secured development now the main driver of corporate incentive and national monetary development, protected innovation has turned out to be imperatively vital to all Americans, not only those in the lawful calling.
USC’s new course is prefaced on the thought that IP questions lie at the core of a considerable number of ranges of present-day life.
For Dr. Nikias USC’s new course is another impression of to see that USC keeps on preparing the future pioneers of America’s IP-serious ventures.
Dr. Nikias said, “IP education is extremely important for America’s future, and we are very excited to see our program get underway and hope that similar courses launch at other universities as well.”
USC’s new IP course is not the first in the country educated outside of graduate school. The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs offers a novel Bachelor of Innovation degree and has been requiring IP courses of its students since 2007.