This chapter details the findings of a three year study tracking a single cohort on a venture creation degree programme. It examines programme design in relation to the philosophies and practices of experiential and action learning and considers the implications for programme management. Conceptual models are used to express programme design from different stakeholder perspectives, and the conclusion reflects upon how the interests of students, faculty and institution impact on the opportunities and risks of running venture creation degrees.
|Title of host publication||Annals of Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy 2016|
|Editors||Michael H. Morris, Eric Liguori|
|Publisher||Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.|
|Number of pages||26|
|Publication status||Published - 25 Nov 2016|
|Name||Annals in Entrepreneurship Education Series|
Morland, L., & Thompson, J. (2016). New venture creation as a learning agenda: Experiences, reflections and implications from running a venture creation programme. In M. H. Morris, & E. Liguori (Eds.), Annals of Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy 2016 (pp. 200-225). (Annals in Entrepreneurship Education Series). Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd..