This unit is designed to assist students to develop specialised knowledge and communicative skills in the context of entrepreneurship, innovation and sustainability. Students complete a research project that explores the phenomena of strategy, sustainability and/or entrepreneurship in a context of their choice or as proposed by an academic. This research addresses a specific entrepreneurial problem or opportunity confronting business. For example, these research projects could relate to action research in a remote or rural enterprise, students' own enterprise, or future career. The unit is offered to students undertaking the Graduate Certificate in Innovation and Enterprise, as well as those in the Master of Commerce who successfully apply for special permission.
1x 3hr seminar/week
instructor update 1 (10%), project proposal (20%), instructor update 2 (10%), report presentation (20%), report documentation (40%)
All students need to apply for permission to enrol in this unit. Students enrolled in the Graduate Certificate of Innovation and Enterprise, where this unit is core, should note that they are enrolled in this course as their reason for applying for permission to enroll in this unit.