Creativity and Business Innovations

CREATIVITY AND BUSINESS INNOVATIONS
State code 6581LX002
Faculty Faculty of Business Management
Study field Business
Qualification Joint (Lithuanian, Estonian, Portuguese) Professional Bachelor‘s  degree in Business Management
Form and duration of studies Full-time studies, 3 years
Credits 180
Study plans Degree Course 2019-2022

Career Prospects

Graduates will be able to apply the “Creative Platform” methodology to create and expand new businesses, products and services, organize team work for new products, services and businesses creation, on the basis of experience of various sectors, areas and skills. Graduates will moderate the activities of the new product or service development groups, initiating a new business creation and development by themselves.

Learning Outcomes

You will be able to:

  • Use innovative thinking techniques and implement individual, group and organizational creativity strategies.
  • Identify personal learning needs and structure learning in different learning environments and seek necessary knowledge acquisition.
  • Master and develop innovative ideas to improve products, services and strategic business operations and handle complex intra- and entrepreneurial situations creatively.
  • Apply sustainable business principles to foster economic growth and competitiveness.
  • Understand, develop and implement business management models.
  • Gain in-depth understanding of economic, financial and legal conditions and be able to launch and run business.
  • Share interdisciplinary knowledge and communicate innovative and alternative concepts with internal and external stakeholders to support creative collaboration.
  • Understand, assess and carry out scientific work in a well-considered methodological and theoretical basis. 

Full-time studies
Degree Course 2019-2022

1st semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation*
Creativity (Enhancing Creativity,

Creativity as a Scientific Field of Study)

10 E
Personal Insight and Development (Personal Leadership, Self-development) 10 P
Organization and Management (Management, Fundamentals of Business) 10 E
2nd semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Economics and Business Documentation (Economics, Enterprise Financial Management, Legal Basics and Documentation) 10 P
Business Analysis (Business Analysis,

Organization, Organizational Behavior)

10 E
Communication

(Organizational Communication, Public Speaking, Intercultural Communication)

10 P
3rd semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Entrepreneurial Behavior and Characteristics (Entrepreneurship, Risk Management, Business Psychology) 10 P
Sales and Market Mechanisms

(Marketing, Sales, Consumer Behaviour)

10 E
Innovative Individual and Organization (Individual Creativity, Organizational Creativity) 10 P
4th semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Sustainable Development (Sustainable Business Environment, Corporate Social Responsibility, Business Ethics) 10 E
Internship 20 E
5th semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Business Models and Evolutionary Strategic Development (Innovation,  Business Development Models, Change Management) 10 E
Knowledge Acquisition (Knowledge and Philosophy of Science, Intervention Theory and Practice) 10 P
Free Electives 10 E
6th semester (30 credits)
Module (Subjects) Credits Evaluation *
Final Internship 20 E
Final Thesis 10 P

Optional subjects are freely selectable subjects from the list of predefined subjects.

* E – exam, P – project