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Minor Programme in Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurs build a successful business practically from nothing.  They spot a business opportunity, make plan, and execute the plan to capture the opportunity. Their skills are best reflected by their abilities to build a team and secure adequate resources for their operation.

Successful entrepreneurs are hard-working, innovative, flexible, and capable of performing under pressure. They face a great deal of uncertainty and with minimum financial rewards during the early phase of business venturing.

Start your own business
Being an entrepreneur is tough but potential rewards are enormous.  Steve Jobs of Apple is rich and widely respected as a person who can change the world.  Entrepreneurs are also independent and take no order from a boss.

Build entrepreneurship a skill 
Corporations nowadays value entrepreneurial employees. Unpredictable changes in the business environment have propelled corporate leaders to look for employees with entrepreneurial spirits and skills to turn problems and uncertainty into opportunities.

Earn a scholarship for entrepreneurship
The CUHK Dragon Culture Entrepreneurship Scholarship is awarded to an individual or a team that exhibit scholarly and practical achievement.  The Dragon Culture Foundation would give professional and monetary support to winners to implement their ideas.

The Department of Management is offering a new Minor Programme in Entrepreneurship. Students are required to complete a minimum of 18 units as follows:

For non-IBBA Major BBA students (i.e. HMG, IFAA, IQR, PAC and QFN Major students):
MGNT1020 Principles of Management
MGNT4570 Global Entrepreneurship
MGNT4620 Analysis of Management Topics
And
9 units out of the multi-disciplinary courses listed below

For Non-BA Major students:
MGNT1010 Introduction to Business
MGNT1020 Principles of Management
MGNT4570 Global Entrepreneurship
MGNT4620 Analysis of Management Topics
And
6 units out of the multi-disciplinary courses listed below

List of the Multi-disciplinary courses:
Business
MGNT4040 Entrepreneurship and New Venture Management
MGNT4090 Technology and Innovation Management
MGNT4130 Consultancy and Change Management
MATG3040 Salesmanship and SalesManagement
DSME4110 Business Process Reengineering
DSME4180 Global Supply Chain Management
DSME4170 Global logistics Management

Engineering
SEEM3600 Engineering Entrepreneurship (2 units)
SEEM3530 Engineering and Technology Management
SEEM3430 Information System Analysis and Design

Journalism
COMM2922 Introduction to Creative and New Media
COMM3800 Multimedia Design and Techniques
COMM3933 Music Industry, Production and Marketing
COMM3963 Entertainment Business
COMM3921 Special Topic in Creative and New Media I: New Media Project 4.0

For details of the minor programme, please visit http://www.baf.cuhk.edu.hk/program/bba-minor.shtml.

The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Faculty of Business Administration
Department of Management

Website: http://www.baf.cuhk.edu.hk/mgt
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Address: The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
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Email: mgt@cuhk.edu.hk