Entrepreneurship has become increasingly prominent in knowledge based economies. Individuals have to become more alert for how they can create new value in all kind of settings. The creation of new knowledge is a source for all kind of new opportunities, and jobs for life are a thing of the past. How do people successfully identify, evaluate and pursue opportunities for new value creation? In this minor you will be made aware of the different types of entrepreneurship you can pursue, and you will get acquainted with the relevant knowledge and skills for acting entrepreneurially, and building new ventures. This minor is accessible and even designed for all UU students, from all disciplinary backgrounds.
The Entrepreneurship Minor consists of the following courses:
- Essentials of Business and Entrepreneurship (EC2EBE1/EC2EBE2/EC2EBE3/EC2EBE4, level 2)
- Financial Accounting and External Accountability (ECB1IBE period 2, level 1);
- Venture Marketing (EC3VM period 4, level 3);
- One of the following two courses: Corporate Entrepreneurship (ECB3CI, level 3) or Internship Entrepreneurship & Innovation (ECB2IEI, level 2).