The Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship investigates entrepreneurship and the role innovation plays in creating new ventures such as establishing large corporations, small businesses and not-for-profit or community organisations.
Career options for social sciences graduates: jobs you can do with a degree in economics, geography, history, law, politics, psychology, sociology etc.
If you are graduating with a degree in social sciences, you may find there is a limited number of careers in which your subject is an essential requirement. However, there will be many areas in which your qualification can be an advantage.Careers for social science graduates
Some of the areas employing social science graduates are:
banking and insurance
retail and sales
teaching and lecturing
The Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship investigates entrepreneurship and the role innovation plays in creating new ventures such as establishing large corporations, small businesses and not-for-profit or community organisations. The Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship is a multi-disciplinary program that appeals to people from all backgrounds. Entrepreneurship and innovation can be applied to diverse areas such as business, information technology, science, engineering, the performing and creative arts, hospitality, fashion, digital media and the non-profit sector. I want to find another Bachelor Course The program is designed to provide students with an understanding of the processes, risks, rewards, motivations and societal impacts of innovation and entrepreneurship within regional, national and global perspectives. It aims to develop and inspire individuals interested in creating innovative futures that influence markets, economies and communities. Students explore what entrepreneurship and innovation is. This includes topics such as: How innovation relates to entrepreneurial activity. Who entrepreneurs are and what they do; and The entrepreneurial process, its history and types; And outcomes: the commercialisation of technology; the role of creative thinking in entrepreneurship and innovation in enterprise; the development of innovative strategies and financing of new ventures; and how to identify and assess entrepreneurial opportunities. Due to the multidisciplinary nature of the degree, the Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship can complement degrees from many subject areas. An example might be a Bachelor of Computer Science, whereby a student wishes to add an understanding of innovation, commercialisation and entrepreneurship to formal skills in software development.
Programme Structure Courses included: Project Management for New Ventures (3 units) Foundations of Entrepreneurship (3 units) New Venture Marketing (3 units) Entrepreneurial Strategy & Resourcing (3 units) New Venture Planning (3 units) Ethics & Cultural Aspects of Entrepreneurship (3 units) Entrepreneurship Research Project (6 units)
Academic Entry Requirement
Academic Requirements Domestic applicants Year 12 applicants You must not have completed more than 2 years full time equivalent university study (48 units). You compete for a place with your Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR). Alternative entry pathways Higher Education applicants You must have completed at least half a year full time equivalent higher education study. A Grade Point Average (GPA) is calculated for each separate program you have undertaken (apart from some double degree programs where the GPA is combined). You compete on the basis of your best GPA. VET applicants Special Entry applicants You must be 18 years or over before 1 February 2015. If you have studied at higher education level in the last two years (for 2015 entry this means you were enrolled in either 2013 or 2014), you must not have accumulated more than a TOTAL of 2 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) higher education study (ie. including any study prior to 2013). If you meet this criteria, you will be ranked according to your result in the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT). Your STAT result is not weighted between verbal and quantitative components. Indigenous applicants may be eligible for entry through the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Access Scheme. See Wirltu Yarlu for further information. Without formal qualifications You may be eligible for our special access schemes. Other Entry Pathways International applicants Equivalent Scores International ATAR 70 IB 25 IELTS Overall 6 Reading 5,5 Listening 5,5 Speaking 6 Writing 6 A-Level 6 UEC [Malaysia] 25 SAT [US] 1540 OSSD OAC [Canadian Pre-U] 65 Eynesbury Foundation Program 339 Bradford Foundation Program 70 To be eligible for some programs, particularly in the areas of Science, Engineering, Maths and Computer Science, applicants are required to have passed specific subjects called 'program prerequisites'. For SACE applicants, program prerequisites are the nominated subject(s) completed at SACE Stage 2 level, with a minimum subject achievement score of 10 out of 20. Other applicants, i.e. higher education, TAFE and special entry, are required to have successfully completed either these subjects or their equivalent. Program prerequisites apply to all applicants to the relevant programs.A number of programs list SACE subjects as 'assumed knowledge' in the Undergraduate Prospectus and the SATAC Uni Guide. These subjects indicate the academic background that it is assumed students entering the program will have. Studying these subjects is highly desirable but is not a requirement of admission.