Ever thought you’d like to run your own business some day? That day begins on this practical course!
In each of the three years, you will study entrepreneurship, management, marketing, digital marketing and finance and will be given the opportunity through project work to apply your classroom learning to real business ideas. This knowledge and the transferable skills you acquire are in high demand in business, either as an employee or as an entrepreneur.
This course is 80% continuous assessment and 20% exam based. In year 2, students are given the opportunity to go out on placement one day a week or they may choose to work on their own business idea. Small classes sizes and an environment where you have a direct relationship with the teaching staff makes this the ideal place to develop the skills that will launch your business career.
What will I do?
Get real practical business experience:
Year 1: Set up and run your own business in a local market
Year 2: Work placement (one day per week)
Year 3: Set up a social enterprise
Investigate how businesses develop new products and opportunities and become adept at spotting new opportunities
Learn how to develop digital marketing strategies
Explore the internet and understand how technology relates to business
Develop problem solving and critical thinking skills
Examine the relationship between business and social enterprise
Enhance your presentation and communication skills
Work regularly as a member of a team
What modules will I study?
Enterprise Practice | Introduction to Digital Marketing | Marketing for Entrepreneurs | Internet Applications I | Learning for Business | Enterprise Management | Business Mathematics I | Finance I.
Enterprise Experience (work placement) | Practice of Selling | Employability Skills | Project Management | Internet Applications II | Enterprise Law | Economics I | Business Mathematics II | Finance II.
Social Enterprise Practice | Innovation + Creativity | Data Management | Applied Data Management | Research for Entrepreneurs | Services Marketing Management | Economics II | Finance III.
Most graduates from this course progress to our add-on degree: Bachelor of Business (Hons) in Entrepreneurship (Level 8 Award).
Read more on: http://www.iadt.ie/courses/applied-entrepreneurship
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