Intellectual Capital Management

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

Learn ICM through an Undergraduate Course

A 3-credit hour course for students is taught fall and spring semesters as an online course and as a live on-campus course. The course covers: Innovation, Accounting, Economics, Business, Intellectual Property protection, Law, Contract Negotiation, and Technology Commercialization. No prerequisites are required, but junior level standing is highly recommended.

Student testimonial: “The Intellectual Capital Management is the reason my startup company still exists and has a chance at success long-term. The philosophies of Triple Win deal making and the evaluation process for technology can be applied to a wide variety of businesses and industries, as highlighted by the case studies explored throughout the course. This has been one of the most meaningful and impactful course of my college career thus far, and has helped me produce results.” - Brandon Johnson, Mechanical Engineering student.

To enroll, students should consult with their academic advisors. For additional information about this course, contact Dr. Jane Talkington at