Enterprise and Innovation [not available in 2020] major

Enterprise and Innovation is for students to develop their skills, knowledge and practical engagement with the principles of entrepreneurship and innovation in a local and global context. Students will develop solution-based skills to complex real world problems and learn to critically apply business solutions to them. Students will develop key attributes for employability through core principles of innovation, commercialisation and digital strategies necessary in today's workplace.

Outcomes

Students are able to (1) explain contemporary issues in business and the role of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial management; (2) apply frameworks for new business start-up using entrepreneuriual management techniques and processes for identifying opportunities; (3) critically reflect on contemporary marketing and management theories as they apply to business management; (4) demonstrate an understanding of organisational structures and mechanisms to promote an innovation culture; (5) demonstrate the ability to communicate through the use of multiple channels; and (6) assess entrepreneurial strategy as a continuous process in planning that involves analysis of multiple options requiring social, ethical, cultural and sustainability considerations.

Second major

Enterprise and Innovation [not available in 2020] can be taken as a second major in the following degree courses:

Overview of unit sequence

The Enterprise and Innovation [not available in 2020] second major is a single major comprising:

  • two Level 1 units
  • three Level 2 units
  • three Level 3 units
Key to availability of units:
S1 = Semester 1; S2 = Semester 2; N/A = not available in 2020

Note: Units that are indicated as N/A may be available in 2021 or 2022.

Level 1

Second major units
Take all units (12 points):
Availability Unit code Unit name unit requirements
S1, S2 MGMT1136 Management and Organisations
Incompatibility:
MGMT2236 Management and Organisations
N/A MKTG1342 Introduction to Enterprise and Innovation

Level 2

Second major units
Take all units (18 points):
Availability Unit code Unit name unit requirements
BUSN2102
S2 MGMT2311 Organisational Learning and Innovation
Prerequisites:
MGMT1135 Organisational Behaviour
or
MGMT1136 Management and Organisations
or
equivalent
Incompatibility:
MGMT3311 Organisational Learning and Innovation
S2 MKTG2301 Small Business Management
Prerequisites:
MKTG1203 Introduction to Marketing;
for pre-2012 courses: none
Incompatibility:
MGMT3301 Small Business Management

Level 3

Second major units
Take all units (18 points):
Availability Unit code Unit name unit requirements
S1 MGMT3335 Enterprise Systems
Prerequisites:
any two Level 2 units in the Management major
S1 MGMT3346 Managing Organisational Change
Prerequisites:
any two Level 2 units in the Management major
S2 MKTG3303 New Product Development and Commercialisation
Prerequisites:
any two Level 2 Marketing units;
for pre-2012 courses: none
Incompatibility:
MGMT3303 Management of Technology and Innovation

Choosing a second major

The flexible structure of an undergraduate course allows you the option of including a second major. You have the choice to either nominate your second major when you first enrol in the course or delay it until your second year. For a major to be recorded on your academic record it must be nominated before the requirements of the course are completed.

To fully understand the structure of an undergraduate course read the course structure information and the Undergraduate Degree Course Rules.

The following example illustrates how Enterprise and Innovation [not available in 2020] can be included as second major in the course.

For more examples of combinations of majors, search the study plans .