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Innovation and Entrepreneurship Specialisation

  • Non-Award

Entrepreneurs can be found in a diverse range of industries. What they have in common is ambition, an ability to think outside the box and the love of a personal challenge.

Key details

Degree Type
Non-Award

About this course

Outline Outline

Entrepreneurs can be found in a diverse range of industries. What they have in common is ambition, an ability to think outside the box and the love of a personal challenge.

If you want to pave your own way and solve problems with new ideas, services and products, you could be an entrepreneur in the making.

This specialisation is designed for enterprising people who want to become entrepreneurs as founders of fast-growing businesses or work as internal corporate entrepreneurs for innovative organisations. It will complement most undergraduate degrees at Curtin.

You'll gain skills in problem solving, planning, organising and managing innovation and develop your skills, knowledge and expertise in starting, running and growing an entrepreneurial venture.

This specialisation provides breadth in innovation, entrepreneurship, creativity, design thinking and prototyping for innovative individuals or those wishing to work as internal corporate entrepreneurs.

What jobs can the Innovation and Entrepreneurship lead to?

Careers

  • Business manager
  • Business owner
  • Business partner
  • Entrepreneur
  • Intrapreneur

Industries

  • Public sector
  • Start-ups
  • Technology firms
What you'll learn
  • Please refer to Course Learning Outcomes

What you will learn

  • Please refer to Course Learning Outcomes