Studying innovation and entrepreneurship
Pictured above: UTS StartNet map - an interactive visual directory offerings related to innovation and entrepreneurship
AT UTS, we have over 90 individual subjects that cover innovation and entrepreneurship related subject matter, from ‘Finance for Entrepreneurs’ to ‘Global Entrepreneurship’. These subjects vary between being degree-specific offerings or degree-agnostic electives. Our MBAe – Masters of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship – is a particularly productive and popular postgraduate option. A component of this is a Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship, as we recognise the need for flexible, lifelong learning for the jobs of the future. We’re also launching an Honours in Entrepreneurship in 2019.
Meanwhile, our Bachelor of Creative Intelligence is a unique combined degree that encompasses high-level critical and creative thinking, invention, complexity, innovation, future scenario building and entrepreneurship - leading-edge capabilities that are highly valued in the globalised world. BCII students are selected from 25 core degrees, from all faculties over UTS, to participate in a transdisciplinary degree that takes multiple perspectives from diverse fields.
We also recognise that entrepreneurship journeys must begin somewhere, which is why we recently launched an online ‘Introduction to Entrepreneurship’ taster course that is open to absolutely anybody. Feel free to explore our Entrepreneurship at UTS website to find out more about our entrepreneurship educational offering at all levels.