Students gain entrepreneurship, leadership skills in public administration courses

Public administration students have recently wrapped-up two courses focused on commercial and social entrepreneurship organized together with INJAZ Palestine. Lasting for two months each, the courses introduced students to the skills needed to find success in business and social initiatives. 

In the commercial entrepreneurship course, students reviewed business ideas based on their viability, competitiveness, and the market needs. They learned about the managerial and marketing skills needed to bring innovative entrepreneurial ideas to fruition. 

The social entrepreneurship course focused on leadership skills, with students learning viable presentation and communication methods to recruit funding and support for their socially driven ideas. 

Through these courses, the Department of Public Administration seeks to build bridges and establish channels of communication between students, decision-makers, and experts.