The student participates in a business driven technology or research project. The work is performed in a project organization with the support of coaches (faculty) from both technology and management. Subject knowledge is gained through tailored lectures/work meetings either in groups where students with the same role in different projects are gathered or with all students participating.
The aim of the course is for the student to acquire skills in either a technology development role, a business development role or as a project leader in a project where both business development as well as technology development is acknowledged. There are also possibilities for the student to acquire competence within a specific field of interest. By participating, the student is given an opportunity to reflect over what skills and subject knowledge is important to act effectively within an innovative environment where technology development issues as well as business development issues co-exist.