This unit is designed to provide you with an opportunity to use the knowledge and skills developed in previous entrepreneurship units (and other units) to plan, research and implement entrepreneurial projects. You can choose an agreed industry workplace project, or prepare a business plan to a standard suitable for presentation to a venture capital investor.
|Unit name||Project Planning and Evaluation|
|Faculty/School||College of Business & Economics
College Office - CBE
|Discipline||Australian Innovation Research Centre (AIRC)|
Dr Mike Craw
Dr Mike Craw
|Available as student elective?||Yes|
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25 credit points at intermediate level
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Delivered over 13 weeks which includes lectures and workshops.
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