Businesses and the society at large are today challenged by rapid technological changes within several areas.
Developments within digitalization of services, big-data analytics, artificial intelligence, 3D printing, renewable energy and biotechnology are broad and profound. Most industries and areas of government services will be affected and will need to adapt. In such an environment, faced with an unstable and constant change, the ability to work across disciplines, successfully adapt, innovate and stay resilient, will be a highly valued skill.
The Master of Science in Entrepreneurship innovation management programme gives students the opportunity to combine their science and engineering background with business skills. Having this combination is highly beneficial and relevant in both well-established organizations as well as in start-ups. As such, the programme provides the students with knowledge and capabilities that open the door to several career paths:
- Founding your own business or joining a start-up; not necessarily right after your studies but also later in your career after building relevant sector-specific know-how and network
- Start working in an established company as a business developer, project manager, management trainee, management consultant or investment manager in a range of knowledge based sectors. Such sectors include ICT services, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, and energy
Students planning to continue in academia can pursue a PhD in innovation and entrepreneurship. Read more about doctoral degree and PhD.