New programme name from Autumn 2023:
Management of Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurial dynamics (MTIE)
Business development through technology, innovation and entrepreneurship are the key competencies of the future in the global business arena, both in start-up companies, established private organisations and the public sector knowledge and service organisations. Finding new ways to create value is increasingly a condition for both private and public organisations.
Entrepreneurial Enginnering will teach you how to create, develop, and strengthen a business. You gain insight into methods and processes as well as organisational and management principles in relation to innovation and entrepreneurship in both new and established companies.
GET KNOWLEDGE OF
- Idea generation, realization, and development
- Methods, processes, and principles for management and organisations to pursue innovation and entrepreneurship
- Business creation and development
Through the core subject of the programme, you specialise in corporate entrepreneurship and design processes, technological innovation management and applied business modeling, financial management and financing for entrepreneurs, marketing, and project management. Based on this, you can in semester projects choose to focus on either starting your own company or work with an already established company.
Through problem-based learning, you develop competencies to identify, analyse and present solutions to current and specific business challenges both individually and in teams. In this way, you build an educational profile that prepares you to take part in complex change processes and develop new solutions.
As a graduate of Entrepreneurial Engineering, you can:
- understand and apply theories, methods, and tools in the areas of business development, technology, innovation, entrepreneurship, design, business modeling, finance, and project management.
- develop innovative business solutions with a holistic perspective from concept to reality
- lead project and development processes in both new and established organisations