Listing each faculty alphabetically, these are the offerings along each spoke, moving from the more exclusive to the ones that are available across faculties.
Exclusive to Business, the first dot represents the undergraduate electives:
- 20105 Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- 21066 Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- 21061 Business Model Generation (Project)
- 21643 Innovation Lab
- 22573 Innovation and Commercialisation
The second dot is the undergraduate Sub-major in Digital Creative Enterprise (powered by FTDI)
The third dot represents the postgraduate Business electives:
- 21778 Fundraising and Resource Development
- 21854 Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship
- 21869 Innovation by Design
- 21898 Integrated Business Consulting
- 21919 Business Models and Strategic Planning
- 25733 Finance for Entrepreneurs
The fourth dot represents the MBA in Entrepreneurship (or MBAe), which is uniquely designed as three integrated graduate certificates: Commercialisation, Entrepreneurship and Venture Acceleration.
The fifth, sixth and seventh dots are related to the MBAe and are the Entrepreneur in Residence, a mentoring program and the Venture Lab.
The eighth dot is the Venture Day, which is a startup pitch showcase that is mainly for Business students, but also available across faculties.
The ninth dot is the new Bachelor of Entrepreneurship (Honours). This Honours program is an additional year that is available for students of any faculty.
The tenth dot is the list of Business electives that are available across faculties
The eleventh dot is the series of publicly available Masterclasses and Events.
The last dot on the spoke for Business is the IBISWorld 3P Innovation Competition, available to all students.
On the spoke for DAB, the first dot is the Graduate Certificate in Public Service Innovation, exclusive to DAB.
The second dot is a list of postgraduate DAB electives
- 89026 Design Thinking and Service Innovation
- 89107 Innovation and Entrepreneurship A
- 89015 Textile and Fashion Innovation
- 15328 Project Innovation and Entrepreneurship
The third dot is the Bachelor of Design, which may be taken as a stand-alone degree or as a double-degree offering.
The fourth dot is the list of undergraduate subjects by DAB that are available across faculties:
- 85500 Design Futures: Creative Technologies
- 85503 Thinking Through Design
- 85601 Design Futures: Business Innovation
The last dot is the Digital Maker Space, which is a student self-service workshop that facilitates the rapid fabrication of models, prototypes and other design projects.
On the spoke for FASS, the first dot is the list of exclusive postgraduate electives
The second and last dot is the list of undergraduate FASS electives, exclusive to this faculty
On the spoke for FEIT, the first dot is the list of postgraduate electives
The second dot is the list of undergraduate electives exclusive to FEIT students
The third dot it the list of undergraduate FEIT electives that are available across faculties
- 31258 Innovations for Global Relationship Management
- 41022 Innovation and Entrepreneurship Studio 1
- 48270 Entrepreneurship and Commercialisation
- 49016 Technology and Innovation Management
The fourth to seventh (and last) dots are the co-curricular FEIT offerings, including the Data Arena, Rapido ProtoSpace and Tech Lab. The Data Arena is a 360-degree interactive data visualisation facility. Rapido is an advanced technology development unit. ProtoSpace is a 900 square-metre additive and advanced manufacturing facility. Tech Lab is a massive maker space in Botany.
On the spoke for FTDI, the first dot is the Master of Animation and Visualisation, otherwise known as the Animal Logic Academy.
The second dot is the Bachelor of Technology and Innovation(or BTi), a stand-alone degree which includes 13 subjects over 3 years.
The third dot is FTDI’s Master of Data Science and Innovation(or MDSI). Subjects in the MDSI are available to students across faculties provided they meet the prerequisites.
The fourth dot is FTDI’s Bachelor of Creative Intelligence and Innovation(or BCII), which is only available as a double degree program, so inclusive of students across all faculties by definition.
The fifth dot is FTDI’s Diploma in Innovation, which is available to ungraduated students across all faculties.
The sixth dot is the list of three FTDI submajors, which consist of bundles of undergraduate subjects from the Diploma and BTi. The three submajors are:
- SMJ10096 Entrepreneurship and Innovation
- SMJ10097 Creative Intelligence and Innovation
- SMJ10098 Technology and Innovation
The seventh and last dot on the FTDI spoke are the undergraduate subjects that are available across faculties, consisting of all 8 subjects in the Diploma and 6 of the BTi subjects.
At the very centre of the figure is UTS Startups, which is a university-wide program to inspire and support startups at UTS, run by the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Unit (IEU).
This is the co-curricular line, with each offering related to the IEU and moving further and further off-campus as the dots are placed further from the centre.
The first four dots away from the centre on the co-curricular line are only some of the other key initiatives by the IEU, including Startup Internships, Hackathons, Bootcamps and the Entrepreneurship Toolkit.
The fifth dot is UTS Open, which is a platform of free online courses for anyone.
The sixth dot on this line is Fishburners, Sydney's best co-working space for scalable tech Startups. UTS Startups may hot-desk at Fishburners and Fishburners offers startup internships for UTS students.
The next dots represent events or resources in the broader community that are sponsored by UTS or have some other affiliation with UTS. These include StartupAus, Startup Muster, TechSydney, StartCon, Remix and StartupGenome.
- StartupAus is a not for profit organisation with a mission to transform Australia through technology entrepreneurship
- Startup Muster is the largest survey of the Australian startup ecosystem
- TechSydney is the peak industry group for high-growth startups and technology companies, run by entrepreneurs
- StartCon is Australia's largest startup and growth conference
- REMIX Global Summits is an annual summit about Culture, Technology and Entrepreneurship
- StartupGenome produces annual reports about accelerating startup ecosystem development
Last but not least, there are student societies that are associated with innovation and entrepreneurship. These are often for students of any faculty and listed separately from the hub-and-spoke figure:
- ACES: Australian Collaborative Entrepreneurial Society
- BCII Connect: Started by students in BCII, but welcoming of any student
- HIVE : Hack, Innovate, Venture, Exceed
- PAAS: Professional Aeronautics and Astronautics Society
- ProgSoc: Programmers' Society
- RoboSoc: Robotics Society
- Tech Society: Formerly known as Business Information Group (BiG)
- WiEIT: Women in Engineering and IT
- Women in Business