Thinking about starting your own business?
Wondering if you have what it takes to run a business?
Not sure if your ideas can succeed?
Looking for financing or investors?
Entrepreneurship 12 course will help you find the answers.
We will help you assess your entrepreneurship aptitude and
your business idea to develop it into a comprehensive business plan. Along
the way, we will help you select an organization structure, protect and
market your idea, and arrange the necessary financing.
Classes run twice a week (Tuesday and Thursday from 12 to
2:30 p.m.) from February to June, 2009.
The Entrepreneurship 12 course is
divided into 4 modules:
Module 1 Developing the
entrepreneur and exploring business opportunities
Module 2 Finding a vehicle for
Module 3 Marketing and
protecting your business
Module 4 Finding investors and
Textbook: Building a Dream – A Canadian
Guide to Starting Your Own Business.
5th Edition, Walter S. Good, McGraw-Hill Ryerson. 2003 ISBN: 0-07-089810-3
Course Delivery and Student Evaluation:
course will be delivered using various modes of instruction. Teacher-led
classes will be liberally supplemented with numerous peer group activities
that are discussion, experiential, or simulation based in their nature.
During the course of the semester, we hope to invite some local
entrepreneurs to join us to share their experiences. Students will also be
expected to conduct research within the local community.
Your course work
during the semester will account for 80 % of the final mark, with the final
exam accounting for the remaining 20%.
mark allocation is as follows: