The Entrepreneurship program provides an in-depth study of the major concepts and tools in the theory and application of Entrepreneurship. Students will acquire knowledge and skills covering a range of strategic aspects of Entrepreneurship including opportunity recognition, launching new ventures, determining market feasibility, financing for business ventures, managing new ideas in big corporations, dealing with social entrepreneurship, technological entrepreneurship, and some other related issues. An emphasis will be placed on issues unique to the Middle East. As well, the impact of globalization and information technology on business and entrepreneurship field will be addressed.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the functional areas of entrepreneurship, current research and innovations, future trends, and the impact of these developments on theory and practice.
- Demonstrate the understanding of the domestic, regional and global economic environments of organizations.
- Demonstrate knowledge of financial theories, analysis, and reporting.
- Acquire strong foundation how to start a business and arm them for future careers or graduate studies in entrepreneurship or related fields.
- Explain the concepts, models, frameworks, and tools for understanding entrepreneurship in particular and business in general.
- Explain how to prepare a business plan and implement it in reality.
- Think critically and apply theoretical knowledge and practical experience to identification and analysis of business problems.
- Critically analyze and assess identified entrepreneurial opportunities.
- Think strategically about appropriate courses of action for capturing, sustaining and maintaining entrepreneurial ventures.
Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility
- Demonstrate understanding of individual and group dynamics in organizations.
- Function effectively in teams.
- Deal effectively with people from diverse social, economic, cultural and religious backgrounds.
- Demonstrate understanding and sensitivity of ethical, social, and legal responsibilities of business organizations.
- Demonstrate understanding and sensitivity of environmental issues in the world of entrepreneurship.
Communication, Information Technology, and Numerical Skills
- Demonstrate an understanding of various managerial decision-making tools.
- Communicate business ideas effectively both orally and in writing.
- Effectively utilize analytical and information systems and technologies properly in communicating business ideas.
- Demonstrate statistical analysis skills to enable them to make sense of quantitative information used in entrepreneurial decision making.
As a result of the university’s efforts to develop tomorrow’s entrepreneurs and business leaders, there will be numerous opportunities for graduates in the workplace.
The Entrepreneurship Program graduates are prepared to hold, but are not limited to, the following job titles
- Business Entrepreneurs
- Social Entrepreneurs
- Entrepreneurs / Corporate Entrepreneurs
- Self-employed business women
- Small/Medium Business managers
- Managers of Change and Development
- Business Awareness Training Centre-owners
- Enterprise Team Leaders
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Last updated February 15, 2018