University of Technology Sydney

89171 Innovation and Entrepreneurship: B




This subject explores the potential of design thinking as a generator of innovative and entrepreneurial strategies, practices and designed things through interdisciplinary innovation challenges, and developing entrepreneurial outcomes of varying scale and context.

Students are required to radically cross-boundaries of their known discipline to contribute to diverse projects through the application of corporate and academic research and development methods. Students inherently cooperate within complex systems, responding to client requirements and considering the effect of their choices on the project outcomes throughout the process.

In addition to Design, expertise within this subject Is drawn from a variety of disciplinary fields such as Business, IT Engineering and Architecture.

Through this subject students gain advanced skills in the management of interdisciplinary entrepreneurial projects, as well as exposure to client contacts in the wider community for a session specific project.

Typical availability

Spring session, City campus

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