Interested in taking an academic course in entrepreneurship? Here is a list of courses provided by the UBC Sauder School of Business and the Faculty of Applied Science for current UBC students curious about entrepreneurship and innovation.
Choose a course that is right for you.
Undergraduate Students in all Faculties
For Undergraduate Students in all Faculties
Entrepreneurship (COMM 280) teaches you the foundations of how to build a business.
New Ventures Design (COMM 466/APSC 486) helps you to work on building a viable product prototype and business plan.
Innovation Leadership (COMM 383) introduces frameworks from the social sciences that are useful for understanding organizational innovation processes.
For Students at the UBC Sauder School of Business
For-credit courses open to UBC Sauder students.
Career track for UBC MBA students where they learn a systematic process to validate market gaps and hypotheses for viable new ventures.
For Students in UBC Applied Science
For-credit courses open to UBC Applied Science students.
The Minor in Entrepreneurship gives students the knowledge and practical skills necessary for forming a successful company.
For Graduate Students in any UBC Faculty
Technology Entrepreneurship (BAEN 506/APSC 541) provides students with an experience-based introduction into the lean start-up process.
Entrepreneurial Thinking for Applied Scientists (APSC 540) covers issues and case studies in creating and running engineering ventures and projects.
These courses are delivered by the UBC Sauder School of Business and the Faculty of Applied Science.