At the end of the semester, the students are able to apply project identification/selection techniques, and actually identify and select the business opportunity the student would like to pursue. This course will include topics on macro and micro screening, and steps in project selection. The students will also be taught how to relate entrepreneurial competencies with project selection while considering the current business environment.


The course deals with the pre-implementation of a previously prepared and accepted business plan.  Success in the course is primarily measured by the extent of completeness of all management functions of the business plan, which is an indicator of the business plan’s realistic goals and assumptions, as well as diligent observance of key elements in which will determine its readiness for oral defense and business implementation proper.  The students will be carefully guided and monitored during the final preparation of the business plan.

This course serves as an integrative course for graduating business management students.  It focuses on how firms formulate, implement and evaluate strategies.  The course integrates globalization, the natural environment, ethics and technology in the module.

This course provides and introduction and overview of the fundamentals of entrepreneurship. Students gain a solid foundation in entrepreneurship and develop a better understanding of role played by the entrepreneurs in the global economy.  Student will assess, explore, and critique entrepreneurship as an attitude, behavior, and mindset that can be applied within any organizational setting.  This course offers a framework for understanding the entrepreneurial process and exposes students to challenges, problems, and issues faced by entrepreneurs who start new ventures.

This course facilitates students’ knowledge and understanding of planning and developing new products form a strategic perspective.  The students will acquire theoretical and practical knowledge on how to manage product planning in companies of various sizes and industries to strengthen the firm’s strategic direction.  Imtegrated into this aspect is to develop unique products suitable for a specific market.  Some concepts, principles, theories and practices in core and major subjects are incorporated in the learning tasks.

The course helps students understand some of the strategies that social entrepreneurs employ to create high-impact ventures, highlighting unique models for social problem-solving that offer bold solutions to complex and entrenched societal issues. The course considers the full spectrum of social business models, including non-profit organizations, enterprises developing revenue-generating products or services for a social goal, and socially responsible for-profit companies.