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A bachelor's degree is an undergraduate degree that is offered by universities and colleges when students complete a program of study. Most bachelor courses last three or four years with some lasting up to seven years.

Graduates of the Bachelor of Entrepreneurship will be able to define their own job or to work for diverse business organizations. This is because the degree has the purpose of providing students the knowledge to create their own company and products. And it does this by teaching the required skills such as marketing, finance, accounting or the basics of business management.

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Bachelor in Entrepreneurship

University of Tampa - Sykes College of Business
Campus 4 years September 2017 USA Tampa

The entrepreneurship major prepares students for the intricacies of planning, launching and leading a new business with a focus on creativity and innovation, new venture planning, entrepreneurial [+]

Bachelor in Entrepreneurship

The entrepreneurship major prepares students for the intricacies of planning, launching and leading a new business with a focus on creativity and innovation, new venture planning, entrepreneurial finance and managing and growing a new business. The curriculum is designed around two themes: screening and recognizing opportunities to create value, and personal innovation despite scarce organizational resources.

Students of the program, in their first major required course, develop a feasibility study for a new venture, which is then used in subsequent courses. The study is worked into a business plan in the program's capstone course, MGT 487 Managing and Growing Firm and Business Planning. Tampa Bay entrepreneurs critique these business plans in a local competition and the best ones are forwarded to national competitions.... [-]


Startup Entrepreneurship (Professional Higher Education)

Estonian Entrepreneurship University Of Applied Sciences (EUAS)
Campus 3 years September 2017 Estonia Tallinn

Our immersive 3-year program in Startup Entrepreneurship offers essential startup skills, exposure to industry experts, a network of like-minded entrepreneurs, and mentorship from experienced founders and investors. [+]

Startup Entrepreneurship Business degree and business acceleration 2-in-1 Three-year program First product launch in Year One Begin your career in Entrepreneurship Our immersive 3-year program in Startup Entrepreneurship offers essential startup skills, exposure to industry experts, a network of like-minded entrepreneurs, and mentorship from experienced founders and investors. Learn from Experts: Get guidance, feedback, and evaluation from entrepreneur instructors who've done it all Practice by Building: Apply the acquired know-how immediately by launching your own startup Create Connections: Develop business contacts and tap into the collective support of regional tech communities Think Global: Solve a real customer problem and launch your product anywhere in the World Speak the Language: Master your language skills and learn the startup lingo as all classes are conducted in English Work Through School: Make smart decisions by combining work and studies thanks to a flexible curriculum What you'll learn We teach you the skills needed to kickstart your startup and steer your founding team through the Startup Development Phases with the guidance of top practicing experts. Explore opportunities Understand customers Develop product vision Build prototypes Confirm interest Found a company Earn revenue Fundraise to scale Grow global Student Life We break up our daily schedule with a mix of presentations, interactive labs, and project collaboration. No two days look exactly alike. Work Life Our study program is full-time, but you can easily fit a part-time job or a few freelancer projects into your week. Lessons are grouped together on two days per week. Graduates will be awarded a Diploma of Higher Education in Applied Sciences. Graduates are eligible to begin master's studies at EUAS or other universities in the European Union. [-]

Bachelor in Food Entrepreneurship

Aeres University of Applied Sciences
Campus 1 year September 2017 Netherlands Almere

Food: there is no other product in the world that everyone uses and buys daily. Food influences who we are, causes political conflicts, but also brings people together. For decades, food has been abundant for many people in this world, yet has not been appreciated thus. In an ever changing world with a growing population, we will need more food every decade. On the other side: food is something we enjoy together. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Entrepreneurship 2017. Food: there is no other product in the world that everyone uses and buys daily. Food influences who we are, causes political conflicts, but also brings people together. For decades, food has been abundant for many people in this world, yet has not been appreciated thus. In an ever changing world with a growing population, we will need more food every decade. On the other side: food is something we enjoy together. Something we share, and want to make good use of. So ask yourself: do you care about food? Do you want to contribute to a different food system? Do you want to create food products or services in the food business that will make a difference? Opt for the course Food Entrepreneurship. This one-year Bachelor programme is offered jointly with the Youth Food Movement (YFM). As a result of this unique collaboration, you will be able to get in touch with interesting companies; furthermore, the YFM will enable you to broaden your scope on the agribusiness and its stakeholders. A food revolution is taking place at this very moment: goodbye to fast food, we welcome good, clean and fair food. In this urbanizing world there is a need to reconnect people to their food. As a graduate of Food Entrepreneurship, you can contribute to this change. During this 1-year programme, you will learn how to set up your own (food) business and how to market your product and service. On top of all this, personal coaching will be offered to support you in building a company in line with your dreams, qualities and values. The programme aims first and foremost at supporting you to develop your own company or organization. However as a recognized Bachelor of Business administration, it will also make you an eligible candidate for jobs like: Product Developer Logistics Manager Marketing Manager Quality Control Entrepreneur Graduates are entrepreneurial and innovative persons who are used to work in multidisciplinary teams, able to use the abilities to contribute to a food system that can feed the world in a sustainable way. PROGRAMME JOINTLY WITH YOUTH FOOD MOVEMENT The Youth Food Movement (YFM) is engaged in good, clean and fair food. By means of eat-ins, the Food Film Festival, talkshows and the YFM Academy, this movement makes the young conscious of the food choices they make, in a positive and motivating way. Food is often taken for granted, but that is not the way it should be. Contrary to popular belief, food is one of the most complex subjects of our time; it touches all the major social and ecological themes. Contribute, take part. Combine your ideals with science, research and entrepreneurship. The programme automatically makes you a member of the Youth Food Movement. QUALIFICATION After successfully completing the one-year programme, graduates will receive the Ingenieur degree (bachelor’s honours degree) in Business Administration and Agribusiness. [-]

Business and Entrepreneurship at Wells

Wells College
Campus September 2017 USA Aurora

The Center offers you courses and hands-on learning opportunities in business, innovation, entrepreneurship and management. The Susan Wray Sullivan ’51 and Pike H. Sullivan Center for Business and Entrepreneurship equips you with critical reasoning [+]

The Center offers you courses and hands-on learning opportunities in business, innovation, entrepreneurship and management. The Susan Wray Sullivan ’51 and Pike H. Sullivan Center for Business and Entrepreneurship equips you with critical reasoning skills, communication skills and a well-rounded perspective essential to leadership roles in any career field. The College’s local business ties provide students with unique opportunities to network with guest lecturers and participate in business workshops. The Center’s advisors, along with the Office of Experiential Learning and Career Services, assist you with planning out courses, securing local internship placements, and helping you develop your entrepreneurial skills. It’s because of this personal attention and guidance that you will become acclimated to change, learn about yourself, and leave Wells prepared for your entire career. Course Offerings The Center allows you to personalize your experience by choosing courses that match your interests and passions. Through these business courses and individualized study, you are able to explore growing career fields in: - Marketing - Innovation, Creative Problem Solving - International Business - Personal and Organizational Finance - Economics - Business Strategy - Entrepreneurship - Human Resources - Business Ethics Innovation Lab The state of the art Innovation Lab teaches how to achieve breakthrough solutions to any kind of problem in any field using design thinking, creativity, collaboration, and prototyping. The Lab is notable for being the only College to make OpenIDEO, run by the number one innovation firm and inventor of the laptop, IDEO, Challenge part of a class assignment. Students focused on “How might we better connect food production and consumption,” collaborating with a global online community and following the three development phases of inspiration, conception, and evaluation to collectively solve the challenge. Business Administration (4+1) Wells B.A. + Clarkson M.B.A. Wells has a formal agreement with Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York. This allows Wells students graduating with a B.A., who have taken the required business foundation courses, to apply for a one-year M.B.A. program at Clarkson and complete the program within one academic year. The Clarkson M.B.A. program is intensive and rigorous with an integrated curriculum that focuses on the global environment, technology in the work place, teamwork, leadership, and integrity. Student Entrepreneurship Competition Every year, students work in teams to develop novel products and services and compete for cash prizes. Students focus on creative solutions to problems in either the for-profit or not-for-profit categories. During the week, guest speakers and special events are featured leading up to the contest and student presentations to the Wells community. [-]

Business Administration

International University Alliance
Campus September 2017 USA Boston

The Business Administration major is an interdepartmental program designed to provide maximum course flexibility and a broad-based preparation for future opportunities. At the heart of the major is a business core that includes an extensive background in the functional areas of marketing, finance, accounting, and management. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Entrepreneurship 2017. Business Administration Degree The Business Administration major is an interdepartmental program designed to provide maximum course flexibility and a broad-based preparation for future opportunities. At the heart of the major is a business core that includes an extensive background in the functional areas of marketing, finance, accounting, and management. Beyond coverage of the basic business principles, the business administration program provides you with the opportunity to explore a variety of elective course offerings. Whether you are preparing for graduate study, looking for ways to increase your marketability, or just wanting to explore new hobbies, the business administration program can be tailored to your individual needs for maximum results. What to Expect Freshman Year Through most of your freshman and sophomore years as a business administration major you’ll take courses drawn primarily from the university core curriculum. These courses promote the development of key skills and prepare you for the major course work. Sophomore Year Even as a freshman or sophomore, it’s never too early to visit the AT&T Career Resource Center in the Office of Professional and Career Development or to schedule a one-on-one appointment with a career coach. You should also review the schedule of professional development programs and seminars for topics of interest. Junior Year During the first semester of your junior year, you will satisfy the majority of your business core requirements. It is at the start of your second semester that you will gain greater control of your academic future. This is when you begin your elective coursework. In addition to discipline- specific electives, you will have the opportunity to explore new areas of interest through a number of free elective options. Senior Year In your senior year you’ll complete your course work, begin the job interview process, and possibly consider graduate school. If you haven’t maintained relationships with past employers, professors and mentors over the past few years, be sure to reconnect and network. Consider a wide variety of opportunities, stay committed to your goals and above all, remain patient. Everything tends to fall into place as it should. [-]

MEng/ BEng (Hons)/ BEng Extended Design, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

University of Greenwich
Campus Part time 3 - 5 years September 2017 United Kingdom Medway

The pioneering Design, Innovation and Entrepreneurship degree programme at Greenwich offers you the opportunity to learn all of these important skills. This exciting new degree programme is uniquely placed to provide you with the knowledge to be at the cutting edge of this new area by developing your skills as a cross-disciplinary innovator with a sound grasp of business fundamentals. [+]

Many modern large companies began life as the brainchild of a single person with a great idea. Typically, that person was an engineer or an inventor who had conceived a unique product and who also had the business skills to nurture the idea from a concept to a prototype, to a product, to a business. To succeed, that person needed the imagination and vision to recognise a niche in the market. After that, they would need to have the design and engineering skills to realise a possible product. Finally, they would have to be able to build the product, market and sell it, and make a profit in doing so. This is a tried and tested route to success. The first year of all of our engineering degree programmes at the University of Greenwich focuses on the understanding of engineering science fundamental principles. This approach ensures that all of our graduates experience a solid foundation of broad technical knowledge and a working understanding of all the major engineering disciplines – an essential prerequisite for a successful career in engineering management. At the end of the 1st year, students will be invited to choose to either continue on their initial degree programme or to swap to any of the other engineering degree programmes on offer. We feel it is very important that our students are empowered to be able to choose the degree programmes that are most appropriate for their ambitions and goals and we recognise that those may change during your studies with us as you learn more about each discipline. Engineering at the University of Greenwich. Quality. Industry. Rigour. Who is this course for? Students on this degree programme will typically be those who are interested in new technologies and devices and who want careers developing exciting new products that bring together electrical, electronic, computing and mechanical engineering. These new technologies have to be scalable, secure, user-centred and fun to use and represent an exciting design and development opportunity. Many of the students on this programme will also have an ambition to start their own company or to move into senior engineering management roles in larger organisations. The unique combination of engineering science, design and business offered in the Design, Innovation and Entrepreneurship degree will provide graduates with an excellent start whichever path they choose to follow. If you have ever had a great idea for a new product and wondered how to develop it into a viable business opportunity then this is the degree programme for you. Modular structure for BEng (Hons) YEAR ONE: Engineering Mathematics 1; Design and Materials; Practical and Experimental Skills; Engineering Professional Skills 1; YEAR TWO: Engineering Mathematics 2; Exploiting Capital and Managing Risk; Product Design and Development; Material Selection and Design; Accounting, Finance and Business Planning; Computer Aided Design; Introduction to Manufacturing Systems; Innovation and Entrepreneurship; YEAR THREE: Engineering Professional Skills 2; Individual Project; Engineering Management 2; Engineering Enterprise; Advanced Computer Aided Design; Group Design and Project Management Modular structure for MEng YEAR ONE: Engineering Mathematics 1; Design and Materials; Practical and Experimental Skills; Engineering Professional Skills 1; YEAR TWO: Engineering Mathematics 2; Exploiting Capital and Managing Risk; Product Design and Development; Material Selection and Design; Accounting, Finance and Business Planning; Computer Aided Design; Introduction to Manufacturing Systems; Innovation and Entrepreneurship; YEAR THREE: Engineering Professional Skills 2; Individual Project; Engineering Management 2; Engineering Enterprise; Advanced Computer Aided Design; Group Design and Project Management; YEAR FOUR: Group Industrial Project; Strategy and Management; Research Methodology; Global Engineering: Theory and Practice; Advanced Principle of Supply Chain Management; Advanced Principle of Lean Manufacturing; Process Improvement Techniques; Developing Quality products and Services; Internet Entrepreneurship and Innovation Modular Structure for Extended Programme YEAR ZERO: Engineering Project Design and Implementation; Professional and Personal Development; Introduction to Engineering Mathematics; YEAR ONE: Engineering Mathematics 1; Design and Materials; Practical and Experimental Skills; Engineering Professional Skills 1; YEAR TWO: Engineering Mathematics 2; Exploiting Capital and Managing Risk; Product Design and Development; Material Selection and Design; Accounting, Finance and Business Planning; Computer Aided Design; Introduction to Manufacturing Systems; Innovation and Entrepreneurship; YEAR THREE: Engineering Professional Skills 2; Individual Project; Engineering Management 2; Engineering Enterprise; Advanced Computer Aided Design; Group Design and Project Management Skills Gained The degree programme in Design, Innovation and Entrepreneurship will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to understand, design, develop and analyse effective and innovative devices using techniques from engineering, mechatronics and software development in a user-centred context. You will become an efficient and reflective practitioner who takes the initiative to identify emerging technologies and techniques, and who maintains your knowledge and skills within the fast-moving areas of engineering, technology, business and design. Your Design, Innovation and Entrepreneurship degree will enable you to identify and exploit new developments in technology and to experiment with new and existing techniques in designing and developing creative, innovative and effective devices to meet real-world needs. [-]

Bachelor of High-Tech Entrepreneurship

Harbour.Space
Campus 3 years Open Enrollment Spain Barcelona

The Bachelor of High-Tech Entrepreneurship program methodology combines the fundamentals of technology entrepreneurship, pioneered in Silicon Valley, with the processes developed by leading technology entrepreneurs, accelerators such as Y Combinator and company builders such as Rocket Internet to quickly start and accelerate technology companies. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Entrepreneurship 2017. This program is taught in ENGLISH. Harbour.Space is a unique blend of academics program, start-up accelerator, venture builder, and real world experience designed to prepare students to become the next generation of successful high tech entrepreneurs. The Bachelor of High-Tech Entrepreneurship program methodology combines the fundamentals of technology entrepreneurship, pioneered in Silicon Valley, with the processes developed by leading technology entrepreneurs, accelerators such as Y Combinator and company builders such as Rocket Internet to quickly start and accelerate technology companies. To gain practical experience alongside the theory, students form teams and work on real world startup companies in those teams. Students should be prepared to work in a highly competitive environment that will challenge their skills and perseverance every day. Teams will be matched with mentors, and the best teams will be selected to pitch their ideas to investors. PROGRAM STRUCTURE 1 Year The first year of the High-Tech Entrepreneurship Bachelor program can be seen as a basic starter pack for tomorrow’s entrepreneurs. Students enter the program with an idea they want to make reality. We start with the skills of presenting an idea well – because a lot of genius goes unnoticed in the world simply because an idea is communicated inadequately. Students will work on the basis of Lean/Pitch Canvas frameworks for idea validation, identity and communication strategy and they learn how to make their idea pass the business model test. Students learn how to identify opportunities and obstacles in business entrepreneurship. Furthermore, students are immersed in all the business basics of running a start-up: lean business models, business validation, business plan preparation, USP/SVP identification, etc. Modules From Zero to Hero Digital Product Development Design Thinking Needs Finding and Concept Creation Lean Start-up The Start-up Garage: Testing and Launch Start-up Company Legal Environment Start-up Ecosystems Writing a Business Plan Identity and Communications Sales Basics The Startup Stack Start-ups for Extreme Affordability Technical Project Management Negotiations Big Data & Emerging Technologies Capstone Project Seminars & Workshops 2 Year The second year delves deeply dive into building a lean start-up organization while learning essential strategic and analytical skills. The objective of this academic year is to find the elusive product/market fit and build an MVP. Students are expected to talk to potential customers, learn essential sales techniques, become able to find and test various customer acquisition channels, and develop effective messaging and positioning. Teams will be expected to execute their sales and marketing plans, define and build and MVP and test it with early customers. This is often the hardest part of the journey for start-ups and the programs rigor will expand the abilities of any student and push them to reach their full potential. By the end of the year, students will have an MVP that’s not only validated using frameworks but also tested with early customers. Throughout the process the teams are assisted by mentors and take advantage of opportunities to pitch their ideas to investors and start-up competitions. Modules New Venture Marketing Digital Assets The Power of Storytelling in Business Customer Acquisition for Start-ups Business Models / Business Model Innovation Hiring & Leading Teams Data Driven Marketing & Sales Social Media Marketing Mobile Marketing Growth Hacking Digital Strategy Building and Managing Email Campaigns Essentials of Strategic Communication Viral Marketing E - Research & Surveys CRM & Loyalty Programs E- Commerce Selling & Presenting Angel and Venture Capital Early Stage Company Valuation & Financial Modelling Taxes and Business Strategy Social Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation High-Performance Leadership Programmatic & RTB Capstone Project 3 Year In the third year, student start-ups will transform into real companies. Student start-ups are expected to have found their product/market fit so they will start scaling, and doubling down on strategies that worked at early stage to turn them into real growth. The third year is essentially about transforming a lean start-up into a scalable venture backed business. Students will learn how to automate and scale into a properly running organization, how to build high-performing sales teams, how to lead and hire for a fast growing organization and how to create and nurture company culture as the company grows. In this final year students will be pushed to their limit as they turn their startups into businesses while planning, designing and executing on much more complex strategies as they prepare to raise venture funding, and subsequently become the next unicorn. The year will culminate in a Demo Day where student start-ups will compete in for investors, mentors and the student body. Modules Master Classes with Leading Practitioners Designing Creative Organisations Managing High Growth Enterprises Building and Managing Professional Sales Organizations Interpersonal Dynamics and Conflict Resolution Global Value Chain Strategies Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation Leading Strategic Change Motivation in Start-ups Entrepreneurship from the Perspectives of Women New Business Models in the Emerging Markets Web Scraping for fun and Profit China's Internet Market Data Visualization Capstone Project Programme Leadership Ingo Beyer Von MorgensternProf. Dr. -ING. and MBA INSEAD, Director Emeritus European and Asian High Tech, Telecom and Media Practice McKinsey&Comp. Serial Internet Start-up Entrepreneur, Founder Qilin Capital Fund Kamran ElahianFounder of Venture Capital Firm Global Catalyst Partners (GCP), Partner of 500 Start Ups Career Path Founder Product Person VP Sales VP Business Development VP Marketing Account Management/Customer Service LIVING IN BARCELONA Studying in Barcelona has the following advantages: Barcelona is #1 in Europe for quality of life and clearness of environment (2012 Quality of Life City Rankings – Mercer Survey) Barcelona is #1 in the world for the level of infrastructure and urban development (2011, Ernst & Young). The region of Catalonia, where Barcelona is the capital, contributes significantly to the Spanish GDP. The growth of Catalonia’s GDP is currently 3.3%, much higher than in Europe on average. Catalonia’s exports are €42.2 billion, higher than in any other region of Spain. 7,000+ innovation and technological companies during the last 10 years. Barcelona is 6th in Europe for attractiveness and comfort for doing business (European Attractiveness Survey 2011, Ernst & Young), Barcelona is 2nd in Europe (after London) for being promoted as a business center (European Cities Monitor 2011); Barcelona is 2nd in the world for hosting different international conferences and congresses (City and Country World Report 2011, ICCA ). Barcelona is the host of the annual World Mobile Congress, which attracts thousands of international companies that work in the mobile industry. 7,000,000 + millions of tourists / year 20° C - average temperature during the day 2437 hours of sunshine/ year Cost of living 550 euro / month [-]

Bachelor International Business Administration and Entrepreneurship

Leuphana University of Luneburg
Campus October 2017 Germany Lüneburg

What makes business success and what are the differences between successful and less successful start-ups, widely recognized private companies or public organizations? Which managerial and entrepreneurial skills bring success at national as well [+]

What makes business success and what are the differences between successful and less successful start-ups, widely recognized private companies or public organizations? Which managerial and entrepreneurial skills bring success at national as well as international level? And how can companies or organizations contribute to the common good by creating public value? BACHELOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION & ENTREPRENEURSHIP The English-taught undergraduate program in International Business Administration & Entrepreneurship prepares students for the functional areas of business. They deal with basic and in-depth issues concerning business activities, economic processes, and the complex interconnections of managerial and entrepreneurial actions in an international environment. STUDYING INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION & ENTREPRENEURSHIP The Bachelor's program International Business Administration & Entrepreneurship is based on a broad, fundamental academic education. Students of this program prepare to work in the functional areas of business by being enabled to develop the important managerial and entrepreneurial skills necessary to be successful in a rapidly changing business environment. A special emphasis is on management and entrepreneurial orientation from an international perspective. The knowledge of entrepreneurship in theory and practice, business processes and management function is complemented by further broader specific areas, such as accounting, finance, marketing, law, organizational behavior, IT, and qualitative and quantitative research methods. Furthermore, through a historical view of management as well as a study of corporate and business ethics issues, the students of this study program develop a historically embedded and society-oriented perspective. This holistic approach in the tradition of the ideal of ‘management as Liberal Art’ (Peter Drucker) should sensitise students not only to responsibleness in their field of business, but also to society and the environment. INDIVIDUAL AND CLOSE SUPERVISION The cohort size of only 35 students enables individual and close supervision. Therefore, teaching in the Major IBA&E builds on active knowledge acquisition by investigation. This method enhances students’ individual performance. EDUCATIONAL GOALS The aim of this course of study is to help and support students on their way to developing a broad understanding of business, to building up an entrepreneurial skills set and acquiring the leadership competencies they need to respond to the challenges and problems humanity in general, and businesses in particular, face in the 21st century. APPLICATION AND ADMISSION Applicants for the bachelor’s program comprising a major and a minor subject must meet the academic standard required for university entrance or the academic standard specifically related to the subject they wish to study. We are happy to welcome students from all over the world to Leuphana University of Lüneburg. Students who wish to complete a bachelor’s degree at Leuphana College, but who do not have a German university entrance certificate, must apply through the Application Services for International Students, Uni-Assist, in Berlin. [-]

Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurship

Management College Of Southern Africa MANCOSA
Campus 3 years February 2017 South Africa Durban

Entrepreneurship is the process of identifying, creating and realising opportunities for new business or social ventures. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Entrepreneurship 2017. Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurship Programme Code: SAQA-97907 - NQF level 7 - Credits 360 Entrepreneurship is the process of identifying, creating and realising opportunities for new business or social ventures. The Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurship is an undergraduate degree that aims to provide knowledge, skills and acumen to those aspiring to start their own business or those wishing to contribute to successful entrepreneurial ventures. The Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurship responds to the needs of students and the community through providing appropriate training in entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial development. The programme content is designed to provide qualifiers with graduate-level knowledge, specific skills and applied competence (including the development of graduate attributes and qualities) in the fi eld of entrepreneurship, the programme provides opportunities for continued personal intellectual growth, gainful economic activity and rewarding contributions to society. Outcomes Upon successful completion of the programme, the student should be able to: Define the concept of entrepreneurship; Describe the entrepreneurial process; Understand the theory behind creativity and innovation; Identify and evaluate business opportunities; Describe the context in which entrepreneurial activity occurs; Understand the legal and information technology framework in which businesses operate; Explain the domains of entrepreneurship, financial management and management; Display knowledge of the functional areas of management; Apply accounting principles in managing a business; Evaluate growth strategies for entrepreneurial ventures. Programme Structure Year 1 Semester 1 Entrepreneurship 1A Economics 1A Business Management 1A Business Mathematics Semester 2 Entrepreneurship 1B Economics 1B Business Management 1B Business Communication Year 2 Semester 1 Entrepreneurship 2A Business Management 2A Management Accounting Business Law Semester 2 Entrepreneurship 2B Business Management 2B Computing Applications Financial Accounting Principles Year 3 Semester 1 Entrepreneurship 3A Business Management 3A Business Management 3B Entrepreneurship 3B Semester 2 Entrepreneurship 3C Entrepreneurship 3D Statistical Techniques in Business Information Management Admission Requirements The minimum entry requirement is the National Senior Certificate or National Certificate Vocational with appropriate subject combinations and levels of achievement; or An equivalent NQF level 4 qualification with proven proficiency in English; or A Higher Certificate, an Advanced Certificate or Diploma. [-]

Bachelor of Business (Food Entrepreneurship)

Le Cordon Bleu Australia
Campus 3 years January 2017 Australia Adelaide

Our three-year innovative Bachelor of Business (Food Entrepreneurship) will enable you to build your essential knowledge of food quality, artisan food production and sensory skills, as well as the business acumen to become a successful food entrepreneur. [+]

Bachelor of Business (Food Entrepreneurship) Food entrepreneurship is what happens when brilliant food ideas lead to gastronomic invention. Our three-year innovative Bachelor of Business (Food Entrepreneurship) will enable you to build your essential knowledge of food quality, artisan food production and sensory skills, as well as the business acumen to become a successful food entrepreneur. During this program, extensive kitchen and tasting laboratory sessions, and practical workshops, are conducted by award-winning culinary artisans in the arts of arts of cheese and sour dough bread-making, small-batch brewing, confectionery, chocolate manufacture and smallgoods production. Offered in: Adelaide Career paths Food design and innovation, product development, food consultancy, food retail/wholesale/marketing/branding, small business management. Program structure STAGE 1: ON-CAMPUS (6 MONTHS) Fundamentals of Gastronomic Practice Food Production Communication Wine Fundamentals Food and Beverage Management Finance 1 Stage 1 Industry Workshop Management Concepts STAGE 2: PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 1 (6 MONTHS) Professional Experience 1 (Theory) Professional Experience 1 STAGE 3: ON CAMPUS (6 MONTHS) Introduction To Marketing Finance 2 Human Resource Management Professional Gastronomic Practice Food Quality Management Food Production - Product Development Food Merchandising STAGE 4: PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2 (6 MONTHS) Professional Experience 2 (Theory) Professional Experience 2 STAGE 5: ON CAMPUS (12 MONTHS) Advanced Marketing Leadership and Management In Action Hospitality Business Law Entrepreneurship and Business Management Strategic Management Ethical Food and Wine Business Quality Service Management Food and Wine Philosophy PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE You will apply the skills and techniques learned on-campus in a real hospitality business. With assistance from Le Cordon Bleu’s Career Services team, these work-based learning experiences will become the foundation for an exciting career in the hospitality industry. Key information Duration: Three years full time. Tuition fees: AUD$82,551 Age: 18 English proficiency: 6.0 Academic IELTS with no band score below 5.5. Entry requirements: Satisfactory completion of Australian Year 12 or equivalent interstate/overseas secondary education is required. Applicants must be 18 years of age when the course commences. All direct entry Stage 3 students must undertake the Le Cordon Bleu Bridging Course, a one-week program offered immediately before each semester. [-]

Bachelor of Commerce in Business Administration: Strategy and Entrepreneurship

University of Windsor
Campus 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

Strategy & Entrepreneurship researchers examine the management of the entire organization and its performance, with special attention devoted to supporting value creation and preservation in every stage of development— from start-up to maturity and turnaround. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Entrepreneurship 2017. The Odette BComm “BComm” what you want to be. At Odette, we believe that a business degree is only as good as the opportunities it opens up for you to reach your career goals. That’s why our Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) program provides you with an integrated foundation in all areas of business while fostering development of problem solving, critical thinking, and communication skills. In your first and second years, the curriculum provides you a broad introduction to business and intensive training in communication and group dynamics. Your third and fourth years will provide you with the flexibility to focus on your specific areas of preference – including Accounting, Finance, Human Resources, Management Science, Marketing, and Strategy and Entrepreneurship. Also, if you wish, you can extend and deepen your education to include specialized training in Economics or Information Technology through joint programs with the Departments of Economics and Computer Science. Or, you may opt for a Co-operative Education program that combines academic semesters with work-term placements. In addition to being structured and student-centered, our BComm curriculum emphasizes international content and the use of a variety of individual, group, interactive, and experiential learning techniques. You will also benefit from extensive student support through tutoring and one-on-one advising. Concentrations in Business Eligible business students may elect to concentrate in one of six areas of business. To be accepted into a concentration, a student must have achieved a certain grade in that concentration’s gate-in course(s). To successfully obtain the concentration, a student must successfully complete all the requirements for the Bachelor of Commerce degree and must achieve a certain average grade for courses in the concentration and a certain grade in the concentration’s cap-stone course. Although concentrations will not be formally recognized on transcripts or degrees, the Odette School of Business will provide students with documentation indicating that they have successfully obtained their particular concentration. Students who have selected a concentration will normally be given course registration priority in their area. Note: Students registered in the Bachelor of Commerce for University Graduates program will be able to complete a concentration only by taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. Depending upon the concentration, students registered in the Honours Business Administration and Computer Science (co-op and non co-op) or the Honours Business Administration and Economics programs may not be able to complete a concentration without taking additional courses beyond those required for their degree. Strategy Area Faculty Strategy & Entrepreneurship researchers examine the management of the entire organization and its performance, with special attention devoted to supporting value creation and preservation in every stage of development— from start-up to maturity and turnaround. Given the broad scope of the work, a large number of different focuses are typically associated with Strategy & Entrepreneurship researchers. For example, at the Odette School of Business, active interests include for-profit and not-for-profit organizations, corporate- and business-level strategies, domestic and international business, and corporate social responsibility. We also explore the relationship between our research and effective teaching. Our faculty members have published their research in a number of leading strategy and entrepreneurship journals. These include Business Horizons, Business and Society Review, Journal of Organization Studies, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Management Inquiry, Journal of Entrepreneurship, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Personnel Psychology, and Strategic Management Journal, among many others. Major topics of our research include the manner in which innovation and resilience are supported in organizations by capabilities and routines, the effective management of the small firm, categories of entrepreneurs (including ethnic/immigrant entrepreneurs and the older entrepreneur), corporate social and environmental responsibility, corporate reputation, the role of bargaining and resource advantage in the formation of CEO compensation, innovation risks faced by entrepreneurs, the successful teaching of general management and corporate social responsibility, and a breadth of investigations related to international business. [-]

Bachelor of Business (Hons) Entrepreneurship

HELP University
Campus 3 years August 2017 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur

Entrepreneurship creates value and contributes to all-round progress. It is an integrating discipline that draws on knowledge and skills developed in a variety of areas. [+]

Entrepreneurship creates value and contributes to all-round progress. It is an integrating discipline that draws on knowledge and skills developed in a variety of areas. Entrepreneurial endeavours are successful when they identify and assess opportunities, and enable action to be taken to pursue the opportunities. The program’s curriculum blends the traditional components of a management education with the study of those content, skill, and sensitivity areas that uniquely define entrepreneurship. Through a combination of academic and clinical experiences, students will develop an appreciation and understanding of the entrepreneurial process. On completion of the program, graduates will understand the motivations, behaviours, and strategies necessary to create, implement, and sustain new ideas and ventures. [-]

BCom in Intrapreneurial Management

University of Johannesburg
Campus 3 years February 2017 South Africa Johannesburg

With a BCom in Intrapreneurial Management a graduate can work in his own Business, Marketing Management, Management Consultant, Business Management,Financial Management [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Entrepreneurship 2017. With a BCom in Intrapreneurial Management a graduate can work in his own Business, Marketing Management, Management Consultant, Business Management,Financial Management Admission requirements Minimum APS: 26 English: 4 (50%+) Mathematics: 4 (50%+) Mathematical Literacy: Not Accepted Meeting the Faculty’s minimum requirements for a particular programme does not necessarily guarantee admission to that programme as specific selection criteria may be applied and due to space constraints. With a BCom in Intrapreneurial Management you can have a career in Own Business, Marketing Management, Management Consultant, Business Management,Financial Management [-]

Bachelor of Technopreneurship With Honours

Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka UTeM
Campus 8 semesters January 2017 Malaysia Melaka

The course discusses issues and concepts such as framing of ventures in terms of people, opportunity, context and deal. Students will be equipped with management, technology and technopreneurship knowledge. [+]

The course discusses issues and concepts such as framing of ventures in terms of people, opportunity, context and deal. Students will be equipped with management, technology and technopreneurship knowledge. The speciallity of this program lies within the 24 subjects offered which totally focus on developing the students to be the real technopreneur. BTEC students will participate in two business plan subjects; one which is related to general business venture and another specializing in the technology-based business venture. This will help students to start up business while still pursuing their degree or upon graduation. The BTEC students will be assist in seeking business partners and venture capital to turn their business ideas into reality. Occasionally business matching events will be organized to support the above intention. CAREER PROSPECT The career prospect for these graduates may be categorized into two areas. They could be successful persons who start a business especially in technology-based entity. They could also be an intelligent worker in any entrepreneurship supporting industries such as financial institutions, consultancy and advisory bodies, education, training providers, etc. [-]

Bachelor in Entrepreneurship

Enderun Colleges
Campus 4 years November 2017 Philippines Taguig City

Enderun’s Bachelor of Science program in Entrepreneurship (BSE) with special focus on Family Enterprise produces entrepreneurs with a clear competitive professional advantage, who adopt a global business approach in the planning, management, and improvement of a family enterprise. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Entrepreneurship 2017. Enderun’s Bachelor of Science program in Entrepreneurship (BSE) with special focus on Family Enterprise produces entrepreneurs with a clear competitive professional advantage, who adopt a global business approach in the planning, management, and improvement of a family enterprise. Founded on the viewpoint that the long-run success of a family enterprise is based on its sustainable management and continuous improvement, the program equips students with the knowledge base, competence, and tools to scale up a home-grown family enterprise. This includes the potential for redirection, diversification, expansion, and growth. The Entrepreneurship program is designed to address both the development of new business opportunities, and the scaling up of existing operations, placed in the global context. The program also strategically combines entrepreneurship education with Enderun’s different programs. It empowers students to pursue a concentration such as Culinary Arts or Food and Beverage Management, where graduates either take over or start up a professional food service business with a competitive advantage. INTERNSHIP Students learn outside the classroom through an intensive internship program with Enderun’s Industry Partners. This unforgettable experience prepares them for an entrepreneurial career with SMEs, and big corporations. BSE CURRICULUM Enderun’s Bachelor of Science program in Entrepreneurship, with focus on Family Enterprise (BSE) equips students with vital competencies to venture into and manage business enterprises, wielding technical expertise coupled with a robust entrepreneurial spirit. Using experience-based teaching methods, the curriculum allows students to hone their management and analytical skills. General Education Business Core Entrepreneurship Core [-]