Creating Futures: Sustainable Enterprise and Innovation

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BUS 3027BED

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CREATING FUTURES: SUSTAINABLE ENTERPRISE AND INNOVATION

BUS 3027BED

More information: Course Guide

CREATING FUTURES: SUSTAINABLE ENTERPRISE AND INNOVATION

Course Start Date
Aut 2022
Course Level
3000
Length in Terms
1 terms
Credits
9
Language
English
Fees ($) (including lab fees)
15,840
Future Terms
Spr 23, Aut 23, Spr 24
Quota and Schedule
Course Start Date
Course LevelLength in TermsCredits
Language
Fees ($) (including lab fees)
Future Terms
Aut 2022
30001 terms9
English
15,840
Spr 23, Aut 23, Spr 24

Course Coordinator:

Dr Matthew Yeung, PhD (Nottingham); MSc BSc (Hons) (Hertfordshire)

Aims

The course aims to provide students with intermediate/advanced conceptual and practical learning in entrepreneurship and innovation in different contexts. It also enables students to develop independent research and online collaborative skills necessary to engage in enterprise and innovation practices in new and existing organizations. It encourages students to do so by articulating how entrepreneurship and innovation can be used to satisfy individual goals while contributing to solving societal problems in an ethical and sustainable manner.

Contents

The course covers the following topics:

  • Societal impacts of entrepreneurship and innovation
  • Experiencing sustainable entrepreneurship and innovation
  • The sustainable enterprise challenge
  • Critical reflection and integration

Learning support

There will be four two-hour online lectures, and two six-hour compulsory face-to-face day schools.

The dates for the compulsory face-to-face day school(s) are as follows:

SessionDate
117 September 2022 (Saturday)
229 October 2022 (Saturday)


Dates of day schools provided above are provisional and are subject to change without prior notice. You should check the confirmed timetable via MyHKMU of the HKMU website (Current Students) before the term starts.

Assessment

There are three assignments, one oral presentation (compulsory assignment) and participation. Assignments should be prepared with Microsoft Word, and submitted to Turnitin for plagiarism checking via the Online Learning Environment (OLE).

Equipment

Students will need access to a personal computer with an Internet connection.

Set book(s)

Online study materials will be provided.