In keeping with most of the Masters’ degrees in civil engineering, the goal of this major is to familiarize the civil engineering student with the specifics of entrepreneurship and business development in order to develop the necessary abilities, knowledge and tools to create a business. It is a truly interdisciplinary initiative where students from different faculties are brought together in cross-disciplinary teams to create an entrepreneurial project. The Interdisciplinary program in entrepreneurship (CPME) is spread over two years and is integrated into more than 20 Masters (8 faculties). The program includes a collective and interdisciplinary master thesis focused on an entrepreneurial project (start-up or spin-off) and realized in teams of 3 to 4 students from 3 to 4 different faculties. The access is reserved for a small number of students by a selection procedure. Additional information may be found at www.uclouvain.be/cpme This major is not available in English and may not be taken at the same time as the major “Business risks and opportunities”.
|De 20 à 25 CREDITS parmi|
|Required courses for the major in small and medium sized businesses|
|LCPME2001||Entrepreneurship Theory (in French)||Frank Janssen||30h+20h||5 credits||1q||x|
|LCPME2002||Managerial, legal and economic aspects of the creation of a company (in French)||Yves De Cordt , Marine Falize||30h+15h||5 credits||1q||x||x|
Business plan of the creation of a company (in French)
Les séances du cours LCPME2003 sont réparties sur les deux blocs annuels du master. L'étudiant doit les suivre dès le bloc annuel 1, mais ne pourra inscrire le cours que dans son programme de bloc annuel 2.
|Julie Hermans , Frank Janssen||30h+15h||5 credits||2q||x|
|LCPME2004||Advanced seminar on Enterpreneurship (in French)||Roxane De Hoe , Frank Janssen||30h+15h||5 credits||2q||x||x|
Prerequisite CPME courses
Student who have not taken management courses during their previous studies must enroll in LCPME2000.
|LCPME2000||Venture creation financement and management I||Yves De Rongé , Olivier Giacomin||30h+15h||5 credits||1q||x|