The cross disciplinary collaboratioin between the Kemmy Business School and the Faculty of Science & Engineering will leverage the expertise in both computing and entrepreneurship disciplines to ensure students obtrain a more enrished and holistic industry ready educational experience. Students will attend modules which are core to the topics of Software Engineering and Entrepreneurship, and will then be given options to take electives from both streams. A key emphasis in the delivery of the entrepreneurship and innovation modules is on action and experiential learning which includes a combination of interactive presentations, case studies, team work, individual assignments and entrepreneurship and small business-related projects which stimulate innovative thinking and more effectively develop participants' entrepreneurial potential. The focus for students taking the MSc in Software Engineering and Entrepreneurship will be on Software Engineering problems.
Innovative teaching techniques may be used such as Problem-Based Learning and Case Study development. Additionally, students will attend Research SEminars which will give insight into current Software Engineering Research.
Primary Honours Degree (with First or Second Honours) in a suitable discipline, such as Computer Systems, Computer Science, Computer Applications, Applied Mathematics
Recipient: University of Limerick
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