This is a theoretical course that builds on the research and teaching expertise of academics in the School of Management and features units in specialist subjects, designed specifically for their relevance to contemporary entrepreneurship research, policy and practice. The course will provide students with some of the key skills and knowledge required to develop their own projects, whether it be starting a new organisation or developing an entrepreneurial project within an existing organisation, in either the public or private sector.
Core units: Introduction to entrepreneurship; business opportunities, ideas and planning; corporate entrepreneurship; entrepreneurial finance; dissertation preparation and research methods; dissertation; choose 2 elective units: International and comparative entrepreneurship; responsible entrepreneurship; technology entrepreneurship; entrepreneurial marketing; foundations of modern management.
Course Additional Entry
2nd class Honours degree; or equivalent.
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