After having completed the course, the students will:
know the definition of entrepreneurship and innovation
have knowledge about how to start, run and finish an enterprise
have experience from a student enterprise
be able to see the possibilities for an enterprise related to physical activity, food, adventure and lifestyle
Teaching methods and workload
Lectures, group work with presentations and project work. Compulsory parts of instruction will be announced at the beginning of the semester.
The students will start an enterprise within their field, manage it and close it down. The students will be guided and supported by university teachers and people from the business sector during this period.
See details in the course brochure. The work load is estimated to 270 hours.
The course coordinator decides whether a midway evaluation or a final evaluation will be carried out. The evaluation will be in the shape of a meeting between the lecturer and two-three student representatives of all theoretical courses, in accordance with the normal agreement of the quality assurance system, article 2.1.1. In some courses there may be a need for a final evaluation instead of a midway evaluation, or possibly both.
Approved compulsory attendance
Passed two work requirements which will be described in detail in the course brochure
See details in the course brochure.
Assessment methods and criteria
A group of students start an enterprise , manage it and close it down. The students hand in an assignment describing the student enterprise. The group assignment will be assessed with a graded mark.