BUSI 3630 - New Venture Creation
Prerequisites: 45 credit hours from ANY major
This course covers the business creation process from the idea conception stage to the launch stage. Students will learn how to search for, screen and evaluate business opportunities, and to plan and assemble the required resources for a successful business start-up. The course gives students an understanding of the start-up process and its intended result, the creation of a robust new venture. Under supervision, students will exercise creativity, rigour, and independence as they work through their selected start-up route with a level of quality that reflects the needs of the current business environment and investment community.
To learn more about the course contact Dr. Carlos Bazan, email@example.com
Note for Engineering Students: BUSI 3630 qualifies for List A elective (but not for List B elective). Student will have to apply to CUGS to have the course counted as your List A elective. For more information, For more information email the Undergraduate Office here.
For students that have 45-47 credit hours completed, email Dr. Larry Bauer (firstname.lastname@example.org), Faculty of Business Administration, for a course waiver.
BUSI 6610 - Small Enterprise & Regional Development
Next offering: TBD
In this course we will examine community-informed, place-based economic develpoment. In particular, we will look at the role of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from the perspective of regional Opportunity Management (OM) systems. We will study how regional development approaches impact SMEs as well as the role of SMEs play in these approaches. Our focus will be primarily on the exploitation of opportunities emerging from the develpoment, retention/stabilization, growth, and attraction of small and medium-sized enterprises. We will develop a strong theoretical understanding of key community economic develpoment (CED) concepts and, where possible, we will demonstrate the application of these concepts via local examples.