Master "Entrepreneurship and Digital Transformation"

The interdisciplinary master program Entrepreneurship and Digital Transformation is a cooperation between Munich University of Applied Sciences (MUAS) and its affiliate institution, the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship (SCE). 

Digital technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, or Blockchain will continue to revolutionize business models of established industries. Many start-ups build their value proposition on these new technologies. According to a PWC study from 2018 the contribution of digitization and smart automation to global GDP is expected to be about US$15 trillion by 2030. This digital revolution asks for qualified employees and passionate founders to design innovative solutions that improve our business and personal lives.

The study program "Entrepreneurship and Digital Transformation" paves the way to start your own business as a founder or co-founder. As graduates of the master program you will also be qualified to find employment as intrapreneurs in established companies, e.g. developing digital products or services, or shaping digital strategies.

Curriculum overview

You must complete a total of 90 credits to graduate from the program. The curriculum consists of compulsory courses on entrepreneurship and digital technologies as well as electives from the master programs of the participating faculties. The centerpiece of the program is the project work that is either a start-up or corporate innovation project.

Projects and mentors

Depending on your personal interests and qualification you will be assigned to either the entrepreneurship or the intrapreneurship project. The entrepreneurship project is for individuals who want to implement their own digital business ideas or take part as co-founders. Students in the intrapreneurship project will develop innovative solutions to specific digital challenges submitted by companies. Each project team will be supported by both a professor and a start-up coach.

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