This page is for the academic year 2021-22. The current handbook year is 2022-23No such Code for pgprog: N1KY07No such Code for pgprog: N1N107
Department: Management and Marketing
Entrepreneurship and the Entrepreneurial Process (Taught)
||Not available in 2021/22
Excluded Combination of Modules
- Entrepreneurship and the Entrepreneurial Process (ONLINE)
- To introduce students to the field of entrepreneurship, including the role it plays in modern economies, the different types of activity contained within the definition, and the main theoretical and analytical approaches used to achieve understanding of the concept and related processes.
- Entrepreneurship and the economy
- Entrepreneurial process overview
- Economic perspectives
- Entrepreneurial business
- Sociological perspectives and types of entrepreneur
- Personality perspectives
- Cognitive perspectives
- Organisation context â€“ knowledge and technology-based firms
- Organisational context â€“ corporate entrepreneurship
- Organisational context â€“ family firms
- Organisational context - social entrepreneurship
- Outcomes â€“ firm and entrepreneur performance
- By the end of the module, students should have a critical appreciation of:
- the role of entrepreneurship within the economy;
- the different contexts in which entrepreneurs operate, and the characteristics of their activities in each;
- the various approaches taken by researchers in attempting to understand the entrepreneurial process, decision-making with regard to engagement in it, and the associated outcomes.
- By the end of the module, students should have:
- a firm academic and empirical understanding of the dimensions and role of entrepreneurship in a modern economy;
- the ability to interpret and contextualise commentary and analysis relating to the field.
- Written communication; planning, organising and time management; problem solving and analysis; using initiative; computer literacy.
Modes of Teaching, Learning and Assessment and how these contribute to
the learning outcomes of the module
- Learning outcomes will be met through a combination of taught input, groupwork, case studies and discussion, supported by guided reading and specially-written self-study material. ï‚§
- The summative assessment of the module is designed to test the acquisition and articulation of knowledge and critical understanding, and skills of application and interpretation within the business context.
Teaching Methods and Learning Hours
|Workshops (a combination of taught input, groupwork, case studies and discussion), timetabled in blocks
|Preparation and reading
|Component: Written Assignment
||Component Weighting: 100%
||Length / duration
|Exercise based upon interpretation of practical case study material or question relating to an academic or practitioner debate
Students receive feedback on their contributions in the workshops.
■ Attendance at all activities marked with this symbol will be monitored. Students who fail to attend these activities, or to complete the summative or formative assessment specified above, will be subject to the procedures defined in the University's General Regulation V, and may be required to leave the University