Bachelor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation
The Bachelor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation program aims to provide a comprehensive and high-quality educational program where graduates are qualified to join the employment market efficiently, with confident steps in the field of entrepreneurship. Also, they are armed with all the theoretical knowledge and practical skills that enable them to establish entrepreneurial projects. Hence, these projects can improve society and contribute positively to the advancement of the national economy in various fields. The program also seeks to provide students with the latest theoretical courses and practical strategies needed, for the sake of establishing their own entrepreneurial projects.
- Developing students' skills that qualify them to establish their entrepreneurial projects in various fields.
- Acquiring knowledge in other areas related to entrepreneurship, including Innovation, management, organizational behaviour, strategic planning and communication skills.
- Spreading the culture of innovation, self-employment and entrepreneurship among students to boost their competitive capabilities and qualify them to establish entrepreneurial projects.
- Ability to analyze the market, in addition to the domestic and international business environment.
- Acquiring communication, marketing, negotiation and teamwork skills.
The Program is delivered by using recorded lectures, remote discussion panels.
To earn a Bachelor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, the student must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours.
The program fees are $450 per semester.
After completion of the program, the graduate becomes eligible to work in several jobs, including:
- Innovation consultant
- Chief Innovation Officer
- Operations Manager
- Digital Strategist
- Entrepreneurship Coach
|Course Code||Course Title||Credit Hours||Prerequisites|
|Year 1- Term 1|
|ENT101||Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship||4|
|ENG101||English Language 1||5|
|ENT102||Fundamentals of Innovation||4|
|MGM111||Principles of Management||3|
|Year 1- Term 2|
|ENT122||Design Thinking Principles||3|
|ENG102||English Language 1||5||ENG101|
|ITC202||Internet and Information Technology||3|
|Year 1- Term 3|
|ENT131||Creative Problem Solving||3|
|MGM204||Principles of Marketing||3|
|Year 2- Term 1|
|ENT213||Fundamentals of Entrepreneurial Accounting||3||ENT101|
|STA201||Probability & Statistics||4|
|MGM223||Presentation and Writing Skills||3|
|Year 2- Term 2|
|ENT221||Enterprise Design and Value Creation||3||ENT101 - ENT102|
|MGM112||Introduction to Economic||3|
|ENT223||Fundamentals of Entrepreneurial Finance||3||ENT101|
|Year 2- Term 3|
|ENT231||New Venture Creation and Growth||3||ENT101|
|PMG101||Foundations of Project Management||3|
|Year 3- Term 1|
|MGM333||Introduction to Research Methods||3|
|ENT311||Social and Environmental Entrepreneurship||3||ENT101|
|ENT313||Organizational Behavior and Analysis||3|
|Year 3- Term 2|
|ENT321||Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation||3||ENT101|
|ENT323||Creating and Managing Brands||3||ENT102 - ENT235|
|ENT324||Teamwork and Leadership Skills||3||ENT313|
|Year 3- Term 3|
|ENT331||Law for Entrepreneurship & Innovation||3||ENT101|
|ENT334||Advertising and Marketing Communications Strategy||3||ENT235|
|Year 4- Term 1|