Bachelor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Transform your bright ideas into a successful business

Do you have an entrepreneurial mindset but also want a solid grounding in business theory? Our Bachelor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation is the smart option for you. You will gain deep knowledge and practical skills to lead business projects with confidence and develop the skills needed to succeed either in a start-up environment or within an organization embarking on significant change.

Open to new admissions

2018

Admission open to

Domestic students and International students


Level of Study

Undergraduate

Full-time Study Duration

3 years

Lowest Selection Rank

70

Note: To protect the privacy of individuals who have received offers to this course in 2018, the lowest selection rank cannot be published. The 2018 semester 2 predicted selection rank has been published instead.


Location

Canberra

Course code

208JA

CRICOS number

076913G

Career Outcomes

Study a Bachelor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation and you will:

  • cover key areas such as management, government-business relations, strategy and organisational behaviour
  • examine the impact of strategy, leadership, marketing, workforce issues, commercialisation and globalisation on business
  • refine your communication and collaborative skills
  • master critical thinking and problem solving
  • explore entrepreneurial and innovative behaviour, such as creativity, risk-taking and sustainability
  • learn how to operate ethically
  • customise your degree to include a second major in business or other area of study that interests you.

Career Opportunities

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business ownership
  • Venture capital analysis
  • Change management 
  • Product development

Work Integrated Learning

This degree offers the opportunity to engage with the professional community via the Social Entrepreneurial Project. The project is run with a student-driven approach under the supervision of both a professional practitioner and an academic mentor. You will be required you to undertake a community group project with a focus on entrepreneurship and social responsibility with a minimum of 75 hours duration.

Course details

Sample study plan

YEAR 1

  • Accounting for Managers
  • Government-Business Relations
  • Information Systems in Organisations
  • Introduction to Economics
  • Introduction to Management
  • Introduction to Marketing
  • Law and Society
  • Problem Analysis and Statistics

YEAR 2

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Leadership, Innovation and Change
  • Marketing Management and Planning
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Organisational Performance
  • Problem Evaluation and Resolution
  • Open Major (x2)

YEAR 3

  • Commercialisation
  • Innovation
  • Strategic Management
  • The Social Entrepreneurial Project
  • Open Elective (x4)

Course specific
information

If you don't meet the entry requirements for this course you can apply for a Bachelor of Management with a major in entrepreneurial management.  You'll then have the option of transferring at the end of first year if your grade average is strong.

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information

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