Masters in Entrepreneurship in South Africa

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Entrepreneurship

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

Entrepreneurship studies are designed for people who want to start or run a business. Such a program may teach them how to act and think entrepreneurially and how to avoid common mistakes.

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MM in Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation

Wits Business School
Campus Full time 14 months February 2019 South Africa Johannesburg

Become a Master of entrepreneurship by developing relevant knowledge and research skills. Empower yourself and capitalize on your entrepreneurial potential by increasing your quotient of entrepreneurial capital. [+]

Programme Overview

Open to all post-graduate students, the MMENVC provides a solid grounding in entrepreneurial knowledge and skills, with emphasis on both theoretical and practical applications as they relate to new venture creation. Learn the key concepts of entrepreneurship, evolve your strategic, critical and analytical thinking, and take the first step towards ensuring your ongoing success as an entrepreneur. The Masters in entrepreneurship is focused on creating and disseminating higher-level entrepreneurial knowledge and skills which translates into venture creation and research capacity building. The degree is purposefully structured in such a manner that entrepreneurship is at the core of learning and is not a peripheral issue or a popular management concept. A holistic and integrated curriculum with entrepreneurship at the epicenter allows students to complement their general education and develop entrepreneurial competencies and commitment. The degree is strongly research focused. As “good science is a good conversation”, the purpose of this degree is to make the conversation both deeper and wider through research.... [-]