Face to Face scheduled hours: Workshops (7x3 hours) OR Block mode workshops (1x3 hours; 3x6 hours)
Online lectures and discussions boards (15 hours)
Online Mode: OUA and SOL
Engaging with online content and discussions
For all teaching and learning structures (both face to face and online), students are expected to spend an average of 150 hours per unit in total over the duration of the study period
This includes all:
• Scheduled teaching and learning events and activities (contact hours timetabled in a face-to-face teaching space) and scheduled online learning events (contact hours scheduled in an online teaching space), and
• Non-scheduled learning events and activities (including directed online learning activities, assessments, independent study, student group meetings, and research)
To be successful, students should:
• Read all prescribed materials and/or view videos in preparation for each class
• Attend and engage in all scheduled classes (face to face or online)
• Start assessment tasks well ahead of the due date, and submit assessments promptly
• Read / listen to all feedback carefully, and consider it for future assessment
• Engage with fellow students and teaching staff (don’t hesitate to ask questions)
1. Class Activities (Individual) 15-25%
2. Report 1 (Individual) 30-50%
3. Report 2 (Group) 35-45%
During this unit students will receive feedback on the following key generic skills:
• Teamwork skills
• Problem solving skills
• Analysis skills
• Communication skills
• Ability to tackle unfamiliar problems
• Ability to work independently
• The interface between entrepreneurship and innovation.
• Contemporary entrepreneurship issues, such as lean start-up, design thinking for entrepreneurship, firm growth, the entrepreneurship process, market and entrepreneurship leadership, entrepreneurship effectuation, commercialisation, international entrepreneurship, venture finance, venture marketing and communication, corporate venturing, entrepreneurship in developing economies, growth strategies, social entrepreneurship and commercialisation.
• Contemporary innovation issues, such as innovation management, the innovation management process, open innovation, technology/process/business innovation, new product development, innovation tools, innovation clusters and networks, innovation accounting and finance.
• The selected contemporary issues will be integrated in a learning and teaching nexus specific to business majors.