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Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Year



Type

Major, Minor

Description

The entrepreneurship and innovation stream takes students through the process of setting up and building a successful new venture in the electronic age. Students will be able to apply this knowledge in a number of areas to start their own for profit venture or social enterprise, or to be a member of an entrepreneurial new venture team, or to initiate and manage innovation activities in small and large businesses. 

Prerequisite(s)

All pre-requisites must be adhered to.

Assumed Knowledge

Nil

Courses

Course Area and cat no. Units Level References
MINOR
Creativity and Innovation BUSS 2066 4.5 2
Small Business for Professionals BUSS 2040 4.5 2
Entrepreneurship for Social and Market Impact BUSS 2085 4.5 2 Note(s): 1
Organisational Entrepreneurship BUSS 3104 4.5 3
MAJOR
MINOR courses plus four courses selected from:
Enterprise Design and Value Creation BUSS 3102 4.5 3
Design Thinking and Digital Innovation INFS 1020 4.5 1
Engineering Design and Innovation ENGG 1004 4.5 1
Creativity and Innovation BUSS 2066 4.5 2
Small Business for Professionals BUSS 2040 4.5 2
Project Management: Principles and Strategies INFS 2022 4.5 2
Strategic Management BUSS 3023 4.5 3
Enterprise Design and Value Creation BUSS 3102 4.5 3
International Management Ethics and Values BUSS 3053 4.5 3

Rules

Nil

Notes

  1. Business School students who have already completed this course as a requirement of their program should replace this course with another from the Major course list