Management and Entrepreneurship, Lancaster University


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Management and Entrepreneurship, Lancaster University

  1. 1. Management and Entrepreneurship<br />March 2010<br />
  2. 2. Institute for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development (IEED)<br />Vision: to become a leader in entrepreneurship research and education in partnership with business and the community. <br />A) Interdisciplinary research in entrepreneurship, innovation and entrepreneurial learning.<br />B) Responding to identified and emerging needs within the region, through involvement in a range of partnership activities and specialist programmes.<br />C) Extending and developing relationships and partnerships with other key institutions, organisations and individuals at regional, national and international level.<br />
  3. 3. Why Study Entrepreneurship at Lancaster University?<br /><ul><li>In touch with reality: Increasingly recognised as an important area of study and practice. People behaving entrepreneurially and the enterprising culture.
  4. 4. Applied Research and Practice: The opportunity to develop analytical and practical skills leading to entrepreneurial activities. High expectations in our students.
  5. 5. Passion in what we do: Research active staff and the influence of entrepreneurial spirit and experience.
  6. 6. Market Recognition: The appreciation of our students by diverse world-renowned employers at different stages of our programme. </li></li></ul><li>Entrepreneurship Programme<br />YEAR ONE<br />YEAR TWO<br />YEAR THREE<br />FINAL YEAR<br />Societies<br />Services<br />Networking<br />
  7. 7. THE PROGRAMME<br />Part I Degree Structure<br />An understanding of the nature of entrepreneurship in a diverse contexts: the new business, the growing business, the franchise system, the larger corporation and non-profit and public sector organisations.<br />YEAR ONE<br /><ul><li>Organization, Work and Technology
  8. 8. Marketing
  9. 9. Mgt Science
  10. 10. Economics
  11. 11. Accounting & Finance</li></ul>Introduction to Management<br />Entrepreneurship: Realities, Concepts and Myths <br />+<br />Statistics & Computing for Management<br />NB: Many options in year 2 and year 3 are available to you only if you have previously taken the relevant year 1 course.<br />
  12. 12. THE PROGRAMME: Year 2 onwards<br />YEAR TWO<br />FINAL YEAR<br />PLACEMENT YEAR<br />Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurship <br />Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Learning<br />Small Business and the SME sector<br />New Venture Planning<br />Management and Consulting<br />Family Business<br />Franchising <br />(Y2 OR 3)<br />Innovation<br />Entrepreneur in residence<br />Remaining courses to be chosen from range of courses within the Management School<br />
  13. 13. THE PROGRAMME<br />Placement year<br />After Graduation<br />Regional and Local businesses<br />
  14. 14. Institute for Entrepreneurship and<br />Enterprise Development (IEED)<br />Part 2 Director<br />Dr Allan Discua Cruz <br />Room B94, The Management School<br />Email:<br />Part 1 Director <br />Dr Lola Dada<br />Room B94, The Management School<br />Email: <br />Programme Administrator <br />Emma Steel<br />Room B91, The Management School<br />Email:<br />Departmental Assistant <br />Gary Gardner<br />Room B91, The Management School<br />Email:<br /><br />