Innovation into action
Study entrepreneurship as your undergraduate minor and you’ll build the essential skills needed to put your innovative ideas into action – then sell them in the market independently. You’ll be provided insights about cultivating an entrepreneurial mindset, making a social impact through commercialising social innovations in the community, managerial skills needed in developing and selling the first product, and new venture planning.
More than ever, instructors from business and enterprise backgrounds are needed to help students bring theories and concepts to life. That’s why most of our academics who are involved in delivering our entrepreneurship units possess relevant and practical experience – either as entrepreneurs themselves or seasoned business managers.
Workshops that work
Our entrepreneurship classes are delivered as discussion-driven workshops. There you’ll do individual and group exercises that help simulate the different situations where entrepreneurial decision-making is needed. As you progress through your studies, your final assessments will be project-based and require you to resolve real-world problems.
Receive relevant lessons from the real world. We invite established entrepreneurs to our workshops as guest lecturers, providing valuable opportunities for you to both learn from practitioners’ experiences and connect their knowledge and insights with other case studies.