Intellectual Capital Management

Education about Intellectual Capital Management (ICM) is available through two ways at Bradley University.

First Option

A semester-long course for students which is taught by Bill Berlinger online and on campus under SEI 330. This covers: Innovation, Accounting, Economics, Business, Intellectual Property protection, Law, Contract Negotiation, and Technology Commercialization.

To enroll, students should consult with their academic advisors. For additional information about this course, contact Bill Berlinger at

Second Option

More advanced material about ICM is available as a Professional Certificate through Continuing Education and Professional Development and is also taught by Bill Berlinger and co-facilitated by Dr. Talkington. The base Certificate includes 5 hours of consulting with the ability to upgrade to 20 hours of consulting during the course. The Certificate is a combination of asynchronous and live components for a deeply experiential engagement.

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