Innovation & Entrepreneurship Specialization

In times of crisis and high unemployment it is important to offer to graduate students the tools to gain knowledge and experience in starting a new business venture. The specialization in entrepreneurship will enhance the students’ capabilities to start their own businesses and create opportunities for self-employment. The students will be better prepared to engage in research and development of new products and services and recognize new opportunities in the business environment. The specialization also provides a holistic understanding of the phenomenon of innovation. Innovation spans a number of fields within the social sciences (such as Management Studies and Economics to name a few) and is a topic of great practical and policy interest. Students will be introduced to innovation theories, review empirical evidence across industries and learn how innovation and entrepreneurship can be promoted at an institutional level.

This Specialization is achieved by completing a Final MBA Project in a relevant thematic topic and opting for the following set of three MBA electives: