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PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION

The MSc in Innovation, Commercialisation and Entrepreneurship, known as the MSc(ICE), is a one-year, taught, multi-disciplinary master’s programme. The MSc(ICE) will provide you with an integrated professional practice skil- set in the theory and practice of innovation, technology commercialisation and entrepreneurship.

This programme, offered through UCC’s College of Business and Law, has been developed to meet the emerging opportunities presented by new technologies, growth in knowledge-based and service-based sectors, globalisation, and the increased focus on outsourcing by traditional enterprise. The MSc(ICE) programme allows you to consider, create and grow entrepreneurial ventures, both within existing organisations and in high-tech start-ups.

UNIQUE ASPECTS OF THE PROGRAMME

This course offers you the chance to improve your entrepreneurial skills. Two students from the inaugural intake of the MSc(ICE) have been highly commended at the recent Intel Challenge held in Poland.

MSc(ICE) students Gillian Barrett and Brian Corish produced the business plan for Zooplar which was the Irish nominee for the Intel completion. This followed their success at the Enterprise Ireland ‘Think Outside the Box’ Competition earlier in 2012.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

For MSc (Innovation, Commercialisation and Entrepreneurship) (NFQ Level 9, Major Award)

On successful completion of this programme, students should be able to:

  • Communicate and work effectively to a high professional standard;
  • Demonstrate advanced analytical and problem solving skills associated with effective practice;
  • Engage in advanced application of frameworks and techniques in organizational settings;
  • Conduct research for business/policy sponsors and academic audiences;
  • Self-direct career development;
  • Understand the nature and processes of organisational innovation, technology commercialisation and venture creation.

For Postgraduate Diploma in Innovation, Commercialisation and Entrepreneurship (NFQ Level 9, Major Award)

On successful completion of this programme, students should be able to:

  • Communicate and work effectively to a high professional standard;
  • Demonstrate advanced analytical and problem solving skills associated with effective practice;
  • Engage in advanced application of frameworks and techniques in organizational settings;
  • Conduct research for business/policy sponsors and academic audiences.

Visit the MSc Innovation,Commercialisation and Entrepreneurship page on the University College Cork website for more details!

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