TECHNOPRENEURSHIP 1 (HIT 110)
This course is designed to help students evaluate the business skills and commitment necessary to successfully operate an entrepreneurial venture and review the challenges and rewards of entrepreneurship. The course will guide you through the experience of setting up a small tech-based business. It combines practice, reflection and mentoring to let one get a taste of what it takes to start up a business. It is designed to explore the personality of the entrepreneur and how innovative business ideas are created. Students will learn to consider various types of business models, and conduct feasibility studies. Students will also be exposed to various mini case studies of the real world companies involved in the technology business. Active participation by students during class discussions and activities is encouraged and expected. .
TECHNOPRENEURSHIP 11 (HIT 120)
This course is designed to introduce the student to technical and innovative marketing, and preparing them to be able to draw up innovation-based marketing plans and strategies. The Course is a value-enhancing function that identifies opportunities, develops markets, and builds brands. Consequently, good marketing enables companies to charge price premiums, sustain competitive advantage and maintain long-run profitability.
TECHNOPRENEURSHIP 111 (HIT 210)
The course focuses on how participants can become better business managers. Using a technopreneurial approach, the aim of the course is to develop skills and knowledge required to successfully manage an enterprise. Through the use of case studies and exercises, students will be able to make critical appraisal of real life situations involving innovation and creativity in planning, staffing, motivating, communicating and controlling. .
TECHNOPRENEURSHIP 1V (HIT 220)
This course is designed to stimulate and activate entrepreneurial spirit within individuals who want to design and take a new or innovative business concept into the market to generate wealth and employment creation. The course is constructed around the identification of a possible new venture that has some unique innovation developed by creative problem-solving processes. This innovation can be technical, strategic, or service delivery in a business or in some social or public sector organisation.