The program focus on central activities and processes linked to entrepreneurship. Students are exposed to a diverse set of different perspectives on entrepreneurship, which aim to contribute to an in-depth understanding of the area.
For the latter part of the second semester students will choose between two tracks. One of these tracks has an entrepreneurial/practical focus where students work in teams on a business development project in an incubation-like process. The students can choose to develop their own ideas, or to take on existing ideas. The other track has a more traditional academic focus where critical analysis and in-depth understanding of the area of entrepreneurship is emphasized in a masters thesis. The program is continually evaluated and developed which may cause the courses offered and the position of the courses to change.
The program is continually evaluated and developed which may cause the courses offered and the position of the courses to change.
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