Curricula Guides

Uusi opinto-opas (sisältäen myös opetusohjelmat) lukuvuodelle 2018-2019 sijaitsee osoitteessa . Tältä sivustolta löytyvät enää vanhat opinto-oppaat ja opetusohjelmat.

The new study guide (incl. teaching schedules) for academic year 2018-2019 can be found at This site contains only previous years' guides.

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YR223310 YRSe5 Advanced Readings in Entrepreneurship 6 ECTS
Organised by
Person in charge
Pekka Stenholm ja Sanna Suomalainen

Learning outcomes

After attending this course students are able to analyse and explain the theoretical contemporary underpinnings of entrepreneurship and new venture creation. The course aims to deepen students’ understanding of the questions related to entrepreneurial behavior and entrepreneurial process. Thus, the course supports students’ academic skills and enhances their knowledge in entrepreneurship.


The aim of this online course is to enable students to develop a deeper understanding of the topic related to entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial behavior and entrepreneurial process in a way that supports master’s thesis and/or personal interests. Through multiple readings, i.e. scholarly articles, case studies and other readings, the course covers various theoretical perspectives to entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial behavior.

Teaching methods

Independent online course including learning assignments and written report

Modes of study

Learning assignments
Written report


Numeric 0-5.

Recommended year of study

4th year II

Study materials

The readings will be provided by the lecturers together with students at the beginning of the course.

Further information

The course is available only for students majoring in Entrepreneurship.

Belongs to following study modules

Department of Management and Entrepreneurship
Department of Management and Entrepreneurship
Archived Teaching Schedule. Please refer to current Teaching Shedule.
Implementation details are unavailable.
Department of Management and Entrepreneurship
Management and Organisation
Information Systems Science