Whether starting a small business, growing an existing business or working in a corporate setting, entrepreneurial skills are valued. An entrepreneur is someone who is innovative, responsive to change, sees new opportunities and has the ability to make things happen. Our experience tells us that entrepreneurship skills can be taught. With the correct working environment, entrepreneurial thinking promotes innovation and higher financial returns. The Entrepreneurial Studies certificate will provide you with a strong business education, as well as develop management and entrepreneurial skills.
|Curriculum||Quick-Look Availability Scheduler|
|BACC 152: Financial Accounting 1|
|BISM 100: PC Business Essentials|
|BLAW 150: Business Law|
|BMGT 100: Introduction to Business|
|BMGT 205: Human Resources Administration|
|BMGT 253: Leadership|
|BMGT 255: Entrepreneurship|
|MKTG 111: Marketing Fundamentals|
|MKTG 150: Consumer Services|
|WRIT 200: Workplace Writing Skills|
|Required 2 from the following courses||2020||2021|
|BISM 202: e-Commerce|
|MKTG 204: Professional Selling|
|MKTG 250: International Marketing|
Faculty of Business News
CE Registration Opening May 1
Tue, April 07, 2020
We have over 1,400 courses and 200 continuing education programs for you to advance your career, explore new fields or pursue your passion.
First Cohort of HR Bridging Program Participants Graduate
Thu, November 01, 2018
The Business School CE department is proud to celebrate the graduation of the first cohort of the HR Bridging program, in partnership with INDUS.
The HR bridging program was designed to assist HR professionals who recently arrived in Canada with navigating Canadian HR practices, laws, and regulations in order to continue their career as HR professionals here in Canada. This partnership began in the spring of 2018 and officially launched in September. The partnership is currently in year one of a three-year agreement to provide bridging programs to recent immigrants.
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