Skip to content
Back to outputs

A curriculum in entrepreneurship for engineering undergraduates

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaperpeer-review

Standard

A curriculum in entrepreneurship for engineering undergraduates. / Vyas, Vijay.

2003. Paper presented at Fifth Biennial Conferences on New Trends in Research on Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, Ahmadabad, India.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaperpeer-review

Harvard

Vyas, V 2003, 'A curriculum in entrepreneurship for engineering undergraduates', Paper presented at Fifth Biennial Conferences on New Trends in Research on Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, Ahmadabad, India, 6/01/03 - 8/01/03.

APA

Vyas, V. (2003). A curriculum in entrepreneurship for engineering undergraduates. Paper presented at Fifth Biennial Conferences on New Trends in Research on Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, Ahmadabad, India.

Vancouver

Vyas V. A curriculum in entrepreneurship for engineering undergraduates. 2003. Paper presented at Fifth Biennial Conferences on New Trends in Research on Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, Ahmadabad, India.

Author

Vyas, Vijay. / A curriculum in entrepreneurship for engineering undergraduates. Paper presented at Fifth Biennial Conferences on New Trends in Research on Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, Ahmadabad, India.

Bibtex

@conference{1f3099e3c65a41aea1fa2af36f148060,
title = "A curriculum in entrepreneurship for engineering undergraduates",
abstract = "This article proposes a new approach to developing a curriculum in entrepreneurship education for engineering undergraduates. It argues that a consequential curriculum in entrepreneurship education for engineering students should inculcate {\textquoteleft}corporate entrepreneurship{\textquoteright} or {\textquoteleft}intrapreneurship{\textquoteright} to help them initiate new activities, processes and products within the organisations they work for. An approach to creating such a curriculum using quality function deployment is explained here. It is argued that a curriculum, building intrapreneurial competence, is best delivered in a learning style inventory environment through the transformation of live experiences. The article suggests a variety of learning environments consistent with learning style inventory approach with potential to create lasting intrapreneurial competencies in engineering undergraduates.",
author = "Vijay Vyas",
year = "2003",
language = "English",
note = "Fifth Biennial Conferences on New Trends in Research on Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India ; Conference date: 06-01-2003 Through 08-01-2003",

}

RIS

TY - CONF

T1 - A curriculum in entrepreneurship for engineering undergraduates

AU - Vyas, Vijay

PY - 2003

Y1 - 2003

N2 - This article proposes a new approach to developing a curriculum in entrepreneurship education for engineering undergraduates. It argues that a consequential curriculum in entrepreneurship education for engineering students should inculcate ‘corporate entrepreneurship’ or ‘intrapreneurship’ to help them initiate new activities, processes and products within the organisations they work for. An approach to creating such a curriculum using quality function deployment is explained here. It is argued that a curriculum, building intrapreneurial competence, is best delivered in a learning style inventory environment through the transformation of live experiences. The article suggests a variety of learning environments consistent with learning style inventory approach with potential to create lasting intrapreneurial competencies in engineering undergraduates.

AB - This article proposes a new approach to developing a curriculum in entrepreneurship education for engineering undergraduates. It argues that a consequential curriculum in entrepreneurship education for engineering students should inculcate ‘corporate entrepreneurship’ or ‘intrapreneurship’ to help them initiate new activities, processes and products within the organisations they work for. An approach to creating such a curriculum using quality function deployment is explained here. It is argued that a curriculum, building intrapreneurial competence, is best delivered in a learning style inventory environment through the transformation of live experiences. The article suggests a variety of learning environments consistent with learning style inventory approach with potential to create lasting intrapreneurial competencies in engineering undergraduates.

M3 - Paper

T2 - Fifth Biennial Conferences on New Trends in Research on Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India

Y2 - 6 January 2003 through 8 January 2003

ER -

ID: 1591166