Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship
Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship
Offering Academic Unit
Department of Management
Note: The following curriculum information is subject to periodic review and changes.

Aims of Minor

The minor is structured to expose students to the latest theories and principles of innovation management and entrepreneurship, decision making and organizational change. Economic and financial aspects are given due consideration in elective choices. The Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship minor equips students with these skills so that they become more competitive in the job market and meet the keen demand from service/manufacturing firms.

Intended Learning Outcomes of Minor (MINILOs)

Upon successful completion of this minor, students should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate key knowledge and skills in business and management specific disciplines.
  2. Apply analytical skills to business problem-solving and innovation.
  3. Attain personal and team goals using individual and interpersonal skills.
  4. Demonstrate awareness of ethical issues in business.
  5. Demonstrate competence in fundamental concepts and models related to the strategy and operation of small and medium enterprises.
  6. Analyse major issues related to effective management of small and medium enterprises.

Minor Requirements (15 credit units)Catalogue Term : Semester A 2020/21

1. Core Courses (3 credit units)
Course CodeCourse TitleCredit Units

2. Required Courses for the Minor (6 credit units)
Course CodeCourse TitleCredit Units
MGT2324Introduction to Entrepreneurship3
MGT3422Product and Service Innovation Management3

3. Electives (6 credit units)

Any 2 courses from the following electives.
Course CodeCourse TitleCredit Units
MGT4305Developing and Presenting a Business Plan3
MGT4313Strategic Entrepreneurship3