All businesses start with an entrepreneur who develops an idea and launches a startup that grows into a profitable organization. Entrepreneurs are at the core of the business landscape and learning how to create, plan, adapt and succeed form the foundation of entrepreneurship education at the College of Business and Economics.
Centre for Business and Student Enterprise (CBaSE)
By enrolling in CBaSE’s business consulting course, students can gain a course credit while conducting consulting work with real organizations. CBaSE also runs the Hub Incubator Program, which gives funding, mentorship and other resources to entrepreneurs and it facilitates knowledge-sharing events, such as the Bigger Picture Series and Entrepreneurship 101.
Courses focusing on entrepreneurship
Students exercise their knowledge, creativity and resourcefulness to create business plans that are critiqued by experienced entrepreneurs.
- MCS*4100: Entrepreneurship
- BUS*4550: Applied Business Project I
- BUS*4560: Applied Business Project II