Undergraduate units

These units are designed to enhance your subject knowledge with practical enterprise skills and business theory.

They are available to students from any subject discipline across the University and you don't need any prior study or knowledge of enterprise or business.

View the Elective Units brochure 2016/17 >>

2016/17 unit timetables

Semester 1 timetable >>

Semester 2 timetable >>

Note: these timetables will also contain details of our postgraduate units.

Choose from the following units

Unit title Unit code 2016/17
Semester Credits

Level 1



 

Enterprise and Innovation for Scientists >>

 MCEL10012 

2

10

Exploring Enterprise >>

 MCEL10001

1

10

Entrepreneurial Skills >>

 MCEL10002

2

10

       

Level 2



 

Business Intrapreneurship Skills >>
(Manchester Business School students only)

 MCEL20032

2

10

Sustainable Commercial Development >>
(Electrical and Electronic Engineering students only)


 MCEL20011

 1

10

       

Level 3 and 4



 

Advanced Technology Enterprise >>
(MCEL40011 code for Electrical and Electronic
Engineering students only - short fat unit)

   MCEL30011/2                        MCEL40001/2

MCEL40011

1/2

    1/2    

1

10

15

15

Business Feasibility Study >>

 MCEL40042

15 

Cases in Sustainable Development >>
(Manchester Business School students only)

 MCEL33321

10 

Enterprise Feasibility >>

 MCEL30052

2

10 

Enterprise Management for Computer Scientists >>
(Computer Science students only)

 MCEL30031

10 

Enterprise Strategy and Marketing >>

 MCEL30051

 MCEL40031

1

1

10

15

Entrepreneurial Commercialisation of Knowledge >>
(Computer Science students only)

 MCEL40021

1

15

Interdisciplinary Sustainable Development >>

 MCEL30022

2

10

Life Sciences Enterprise Project >>
(Life Sciences students only)

 BIOL31080

 Full Year

30

Managing Finance in Enterprise for Computer Scientists >>
(Computer Science students only)
 

 MCEL30032

2

10

Tools and Techniques for Enterprise >>

 MCEL30001/2

1/2

10

Contact us

For further information contact Ruth Froes: ruth.froes@manchester.ac.uk or +44 (0)161 275 0435