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Master of Science in Innovation : About

Introduction

This guide was created to support the Master of Science in Innovation programme.  It points to useful electronic and print resources for the course.

Browse other SMU Libraries research guides on various topics relevant to this course, such as management, finance, marketing, and corporate communications.

This guide is created by Rajen Munoo.

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About the Master of Science in Innovation Programme

The MI programme is designed to ensure that our students acquire knowledge and competencies that are relevant to successfully tackling today’s and tomorrow’s innovation challenges in various sectors, such as services or manufacturing. You will benefit from the expertise and experiences of a wide range of resource persons, such as SMU’s outstanding and award-winning faculty, visiting professors, successful innovators, competent industry professionals, visionary entrepreneurs and your peers. Pedagogical approaches include pre-course assignments, case analyses, team activities, e-learning, industry talks, site visits and field trips. Students are also expected to complete a Capstone Innovation Project on a relevant topic of interest in order to hone their innovation skills and to contribute to new value creation.

Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE)

In addition to this guide, the Portal for Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE) is a gateway for resources on entrepreneurship and innovation, including venture capital, patents and intellectual property.

The Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE) was set up at SMU in September 2009 in order to create and grow an entrepreneurial culture amongst students, staff and faculty through collaborations within and beyond the community.

The Portal is created and maintained by Priyanka Sharma.

The use of electronic resources must comply with the Appropriate Use of Electronic Resources Policy and Singapore Management University Acceptable Use Policy