Curriculum

The curriculum of the Master's in Global Entrepreneurial Management is structured in three sequential modules throughout the duration at the three different geographical locations.  Each module consists of four classes, aside from the consulting projects and business plan work, which is developed throughout the entire academic year at each of the three Universities.  The defense of the final business plan is done at the end of the program in San Francisco. 

The sequence of the program is as follows: 
 
  • From September to December in Barcelona, Spain (IQS School of Management)
  • From January to April in Taipei, Taiwan (Fu Jen Catholic University)
  • From May to August in San Francisco, USA (University of San Francisco).
 
Courses that form part of the program are:
 
 
IQS 
INNOVATION IN A GLOBAL MARKETPLACE                                                      ECTS
Global environment and business trends3.5
Technology Appreciation and Intellectual Property Management3.5
Cross-Cultural Management and Ethical Business Practice3.5
Common Ground in Corporate Valuation and Accounting3.5
Consulting Projects3
 
FJU 
CORPORATE OPERATIONS AND FINANCE IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT ECTS
Operations Management and Supply Chain Management with a Global Perspective3.5
Research of special Topics in Global Entrepreneurship & Management (Business Plan)15
Corporate Finance with a Global Perspective3.5
Innovation Technology Management3.5
Entry Barriers and Strategic Alliance3.5
 
USF 
MARKETING AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT       ECTS
Cross-Cultural Marketing & Integrated Marketing Communications3.5
Global Distribution and Channel Management 3.5
Social Entrepreneurship3.5
Venture Capital, Corporate Entrepreneurship and Micro Finance3.5
Consulting Projects 


*Consulting Projects 2017 - Companies

  Consulting Projects 2016 - Companies

  Consulting Projects 2015 - Companies

  Consulting Projects 2014 - Companies

  Consulting Projects 2013 - Companies


The Master's program has a duration of 12 intensive months and requires full-time dedication.