We have a full suite of postgraduate Innovation and Entrepreneurship degrees to suit a wide range of personal and professional objectives.
You will be studying within a flexible learning environment, with classes taught intensively in a seminar style over 2 or 3 day blocks. As we operate in trimesters, you will easily be able to schedule your studies around your other work and life commitments, and complete your studies sooner than you may think.
The Graduate Certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship starts with the fundamentals of entrepreneurship and innovation and how to assess an opportunity for commercial viability. You then have scope to add in two electives in either innovation and entrepreneurship or project management.
Popular electives include:
- Design thinking
- Creativity and Innovation
- Managing Strategy and Growth
- Digital Entrepreneurship
- Project and Innovation Finance and Accounting
- Marketing Technology and Innovation
The Graduate Certificate is ideal if you would like to add some further skills to your tool belt to either enable to you to think and act with a higher level of innovation and entrepreneurship in your current career, or if you wish to start your own business.
Our Graduate Diploma in Innovation and Entrepreneurship is an extension of the Graduate Certificate where you can specialise further or add project management electives to give you an edge when applying for more senior roles, changing careers or starting your own business.
If you’re looking for all the bells and whistles, the Master of Applied Innovation and Entrepreneurship is an 18 month program (full time) and provides you with advanced knowledge and practical skills required to:
- assess and implement new ideas
- create and manage ambitious new ventures
- develop entrepreneurial management practices
- create supportive environments that foster and enable innovation.
This course is ideal for those who wish to start their own business. This research based course will allow you to pursue research into an area or topic related to your personal entrepreneurship endeavour. It will include research into the important areas of your business plan, allowing you to put in place the strategies needed to embed innovation throughout your entrepreneurial venture.
The Master of Innovation and Entrepreneurship differs from the Master of Applied Innovation and Entrepreneurship as you can add five additional electives -making this an extremely flexible degree, where you can specialise in an area of interest or where you wish to attain personal growth.
The Master of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (Advanced Research) is much like our Master of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, but it includes two courses in Research in Entrepreneurship.
This course is ideal for you if you wish to continue further studies towards a PhD. Note PhD Entry is not guaranteed, please contact us to discuss your options if you wish to progress towards a PhD.
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If you wish to study any of our Innovation and Entrepreneurship Courses as a non-award course, please contact us.
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