COURSES AND CONTENT
Entrepreneurship is about pursuing opportunities, being innovative, and imagining an unknown future. The master programme “Organizational Innovation and Entrepreneurship” (OIE) focuses on processes for designing and managing entrepreneurship and innovation in organizational settings. We see entrepreneurship and innovation as fundamental aspects of creativity: making the imagination real. Organizations are the medium for the construction of social reality, where intentions and actions develop to create the future.
In an experiential, studio and case-based learning environment, you will integrate theory, real-world practice and personal reflections on creating and growing innovative organizations. OIE prepares you to develop and utilize your entrepreneurial mindset, understand the complexity and diversity of entrepreneurship, and manage others in turning new ideas into new forms of organization. The programme builds your problem-solving skills to create economic and social value in an ever-changing global economy.
The OIE program focuses on entrepreneurship and innovation processes at the societal, organizational, and individual levels. It addresses challenges associated with moving from an industrial to a postindustrial era when new ideas and organizational forms are needed. OIE provides you with a set of capabilities required to meet these challenges by offering experiences to design and test viable business models, products, services, and new modes of organization; develop sustainable innovations; identify and manage resources; and involve others in collaborative efforts.
Entrepreneurship and innovation take an equal role in the programme. We are interested in organizations that bring novel products and services to market or reinvent how business is being done in an existing industry. We are not interested in the countless “me-too” startups imitating existing business practices or reverse engineering products and services that others have introduced. Entrepreneurial thinking is relevant for start-up companies and early ventures as well as for established organizations engaging in processes of serial innovation and creativity. OIE looks at the larger forces at play in these diverse contexts for entrepreneurship.
SPECIFIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Your educational background will be subject to an overall individual assessment in order to establish if the academic areas listed below are covered to a sufficient extent.
The specific entry requirements are min. 30 ECTS-points within one or more of the following areas:
- Organisation (incl. organisational learning and networks; organisational change; organisational structure and design; organisational theory; organisational behaviour)
- Management (incl. human resource management; leadership; public management; intercultural management; change management; knowledge management)
- Strategy (incl. corporate strategy; strategic management; state strategies; private/public partnerships)
- Innovation and entrepreneurship (incl. user innovation; dynamics of creativity; firm formation; social entrepreneurship)
- Social science methodology (incl. philosophy of science, research design, applied methods, qualitative methods or quantitative methods)
- Media, communication and design (incl. organizational communication; communication design; design management; visual communication; aesthetics; media management; design concepts)
NB! CBS expects to be able to consolidate the five MSc in Social Sciences programmes (CBP, OIE, SEM, HRM, PKL) into one programme with six concentrations from the 2020 admission round onwards. This means that the specific entry requirements will undergo significant changes and contain social science methodology, independent project work and specific social science topics. Some of the current areas in the specific entry requirements will be part of the selection process for the individual concentrations. Specific information relevant to the 2020 admission round will be available by December 1 2019.
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