Presentation on theme: "DEVELOPMENT OF AN ENTREPRENEURSHIP CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK AND APPROACHES FOR GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS The Philippine Experience Antonio M. Lopez, DBA Maria."— Presentation transcript:
1DEVELOPMENT OF AN ENTREPRENEURSHIP CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK AND APPROACHES FOR GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS The Philippine ExperienceAntonio M. Lopez, DBAMaria Luisa B. GatchalianMaria Cristina L.IbañezMona Liza Lee-Serrano
2Background of the Entrepreneurship Program in the Philippines A recognition of the socio-economic need to develop, grow, and fuel the resources for economic sustainability.A discipline that allows and enables citizens to set-up business ventures, generate employment and productivity, create wealth for themselves and others, and sustain it ethically and responsibly.
3Diagram 1: The 5 Building Blocks 5. Institutional collaboration, partnerships, linkages, and internalization4. Relevant pedagogies, appropriate incubation models, competent educators, and assessment beyond numbers3. Differentiated entrepreneurship program, specialization, and niching2. Policies, standards, and guidelines for BS Entrepreneurship1. The course, teaching and learning needs,entrepreneurial competencies and outcomes
4The 10 Entrepreneurial Competencies Opportunity SeekingModerate Risk-takingHigh demand for efficiency and qualityCommitment to work contractPersistenceInformation SeekingGoal SettingSystematic Planning and MonitoringPersuasion and NetworkingSelf-confidence
5Commission on Higher Education Memorandum Order # 17 on BS Entrepreneurship General Education Courses* unitsBusiness Core Courses unitsThese courses consist of four important functions of business. A student of business and management has to have basic knowledge on these four function areas.Entrepreneurship Core CoursesThese are the foundation courses of entrepreneurship curriculum. These courses lay down the fundamental concepts that every entrepreneurship student has to know in the field of business and management. HEIs should involve adjunct faculty who are entrepreneurs (under Section 13)Incubation Courses unitsNon-Incubation Courses unitsSpecialized/Elective Courses unitsHEIs may enhance the curriculum by providing electives based on interest or specialities of its faculty. These may be used to specialize in certain types of business (Section 14)Physical Education/National Service Training Program 8/6 unitsTOTAL units
6The Philippines Experience: The Miriam College Total Entrepreneurship and Business Experience at Work
7On Creative Curriculum Innovation, Pedagogy, and Enriching Activities Track /Specialization of the Entrepreneurship ProgramCulinary: American Hospitality AcademyFashion Illustration: Center for Fashion Institute of the PhilippinesProduct Development: Philippine Trade Training CenterActual Setting-Up of Business Venture; Business Laboratory as Practicum Venue“ Students Learn Business By Doing Business”Laboratories:Café EntrepSouvenir ShopInternet Research CenterCBEA Bookstore
8Collaboration, Partnership, Linkages, Internalization The Co-curricular Organization: The Society of Junior Entrepreneurs (SJE) for student development, poverty alleviation, and community developmentCollaboration, Partnership, Linkages, InternalizationEntrep Corner, a partnership with Robinsons Land CorporationUniversity of Delaware PartnershipMembership to the Young Entrepreneurs Society of the PhilippinesParticipation to the Junior Achievers of the Philippines, Inc.
9A Global Entrepreneurial Environment BS Entrepreneurship Curriculum ComponentsMiriam College Core Values(Truth, Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation)Developing the Entrepreneurial Mind-set, Attitude, Behavior,and SkillsET 101: Entrepreneurship Principles and PracticeET 102/103: Enterprise PlanningET 104: Costing and Pricing PolicyET 106/107: Entrep-on-LineET 109: Philippine Business Environment EthicsET 110: Business Policy*With Course Tracking on:Culinary Arts : ET 118 A/B; ET 119 A/BFashion Illustration: ET 120A/B; ET 121A/BProduct Design and Development: ET 122A/B;ET 123A/B*With Options to Choose Specialized CoursesET 111: Events ManagementET 112: Marketing CommunicationET 113: Family Business ManagementET 114: FranchisingET 115: Multi-level MarketingET 116: Industrial DesignET 117: International BusinessBuilding the Management Skills for Business Development and ImplementationMG 101: Principles of Managementand OrganizationMG 102: Marketing ManagementBL 101: Business LawM 106: Business StatisticsECO 102: Macroeconomics with LRTECO 103: MicroeconomicsTAX 101: TaxationAC 101/102: Accounting PrinciplesMG 104: Human Resource ManagementMG 105: Production and Operations ManagementMG 103: Financial ManagementStarting-up and Implementing the Entrepreneurial VentureET 105: Enterprise Developmentand ManagementET 108A/B: Business PracticumExperiential Learning * Mentoring * Product Screening * Market Research and Testing * Product Exhibitions (Bazaars, ENTREPCORNER) * Competitive Excellence (COMEX) * Business Laboratories (Café’ Entrep, Internet Research Center, CBEA Bookstore) * Industry Research* Process of Business Registration * Local and International Business Competitions * Local and International Seminars/Conferences* Year-end Simulation * Immersion/Interaction with Partner Institution both local and international * Business Presentation *Membership to Organizations (SJE, JAPI, YES, AIESEC) * Exposure Trips * InterviewsA Competent Entrepreneurship GraduateOpportunity Seeking * Moderate risk-taking* High demand for efficiency and quality * Commitment to work contract * Persistence * Information Seeking * Goal Setting * Systematic Planning and Monitoring * Persuasion and Networking * Self-confidence
10“Entrepreneurship is living a few years of your life like most people won’t , so that you can spend the rest of your life like most people can’t”- Anonymous