B.Sc. (Hons) in Engineering Entrepreneurship
This one-year honours degree add-on course is multidisciplinary course, combining Engineering with Business. The aim of the course is to produce graduates who are not only competent in the core engineering skills, but who also have a mind-set capable of recognising and pursuing business opportunities.
This honours degree in Engineering Entrepreneurship is multidisciplinary course, combining Engineering with Business.
The aim of the course is to produce graduates who are not only competent in the core engineering skills, but who also have a mind-set capable of recognising and pursuing business opportunities. The course is ideal for Level 7 graduates, with a broad engineering background who want to develop entrepreneurial, problem-solving and analytical abilities.
Central to the course is the New Venture Development module where students are required to develop an idea in terms of its technical and business aspects.
Students will cover the following modules:
YEAR 1 - Semester 1:
- New Venture Development (year-long)
- Entrepreneurship and Innovation for Sustainability
- Creativity & Innovation
- Enterprise and Operations
- Sales & Marketing
YEAR 1 - Semester 2:
A blend of face to face and online modules to be decided with lecturers and Heads of Departments.
- Design Engineer
- Engineer – within specific disciplines:
- Technical Sales and Marketing
- Business Development
- Project Management Systems Engineer
- New Product Development Engineer
- Technical Writer
The flexible learning initiatives utilised in the programme may see a small number of graduates setting up and developing their own business interests, with the resources available in the Regional Development Centre at Dundalk Institute of Technology
Masters in Entrepreneurship and Marketing in Dundalk Institute of Technology.
The course is open to applicants who have successfully completed a Level 7, Bachelor of Engineering degree in any engineering discipline.
Also equivalent technological course in Science, Music, Film or Computing with an overall pass and a minimum overall average of 50% achieved in one sitting.
Applicants holding different award titles are invited to apply to the Institute in order to determine the suitability of their award for admission to the course.
|Course Type||Add On|
|Starting Date||September 2021|
|School||School of Engineering|
|Department||Electronic and Mechanical Engineering|
|Awarding Body||Dundalk Institute of Technology|
|Delivery Method||On Campus|