SMU’s Master of Science in Innovation programme arms budding entrepreneurs with the latest skills, practical experience and social networks they need to successfully launch their next big idea In a complex economic environment when disruption has become the norm and headlines are dominated by tech-billionaires, it’s no surprise that there are more startups, entrepreneurs and […] The post SMU-MSc in Innovation programme – where innovation meets pedagogy appeared first on e27.
9 Jul, 2019E27.CO
In a complex economic environment when disruption has become the norm and headlines are dominated by tech-billionaires, it’s no surprise that there are more startups, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists today than ever before. According to a 2015 report, over three businesses are born worldwide every second, and their success or failure depends on whether business creators have the relevant knowledge and competencies to tackle tomorrow’s innovation challenges.
To this end, SMU’s MSC in Innovation (MI) programme offers a cross-disciplinary and practical innovation and entrepreneurship education through a world-class faculty, regular engagement with influential practitioners, stints at the renowned Babson College in the US, and practical innovation activities. The latter includes the Capstone Innovation Project, in which participants apply key MI learning outcomes to a specific innovation challenge, such as creating digital marketing platforms and apps to help individuals and businesses....
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