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  • Objectives
    • Develop students' knowledge of key concepts and issues that arise in formulating and implementing strategy in organizations. • Develop students' analytical and decision making skills. • Develop students' teamwork and communication skills. • Develop students' awareness of their strengths, career aspirations and personal goals. • Prepare students to graduate with management skills that can be applied in general management, information management, environmental management, public sector management, not-for-profit management, and enterprise management.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Management in Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Course description
    Degree Requirements
                
    •     Four-year program
    •     Total credits required - 20
    •     Required GPA for graduation - 2.00
    •     Required core area classes - 10.5 credits:
        •     ECON 1101.03
        •     ECON 1102.03
        •     MGMT/ENVI 1700.06
        •     MGMT 1000.03
        •     MGMT 1001.03
        •     MGMT 1601.03
        •     MGMT 2101.03
        •     MGMT 2303.03
        •     MGMT 2304.03
        •     MGMT 2401.03
        •     MGMT 2402.03
        •     MGMT 2501.03
        •     MGMT 2601.03
        •     MGMT 2801.03
        •     MGMT 2803.03
        •     MGMT 3201.03
        •     MGMT 3501.03
        •     MGMT 3602.03
        •     MGMT 4001.03
        •     MGMT 4002.03
    •     Required Open electives
        •     3 half credit classes in management electives are required
    •     Open Electives
        •     8 full credits (sixteen half credits), chosen from all classes offered in the University
        •     A maximum of 4 full credit (eight half credits) classes at the 1000 level is permitted.
        •     A maximum of 3 full credit (six half credits) classes in Commerce is permitted.
        •     Strongly advise students to choose a class in ethics (e.g., PHIL 2081 Business Ethics, PHIL 2485 Technology and the Environment).

    Entrepreneurship and Innovation Major

    Required Classes

               
    •     MGMT 2102.03: Managerial Accounting
    •     MGMT 3907.03/COMM 3307.03: New Venture Creation
    •     COMM 3308.03: Managing the Family Enterprise
    •     MGMT 3309.03: Management Skills Development
    •     MGMT 4901.03: Managing the Venturing Process [capstone]
    Plus three half credits from a list of recommended electives which can be obtained from the Bachelor of Management office.

    • MGMT 1000.03: Managing Organizational Issues I.
    • MGMT 1001.03: Managing Organizational Issues II.
    • MGMT 1601.03: Electronic Information Management.
    • MGMT/ENVI 1700X/Y.06: Introduction to Environmental and Resource Management.
    • MGMT 2101.03: Financial Accounting.
    • MGMT 2102.03: Managerial Accounting.
    • MGMT 2104.01: Public Sector Financial and Managerial Accounting.
    • MGMT 2303.03: People, Work, and Organizations: Micro Organizational Behaviour.
    • MGMT 2304.03: People, Work and Organizations: Macro Aspects of Organizational Behaviour.
    • MGMT 2401.03: Introduction to Marketing.
    • MGMT 2402.03: Marketing Applications in the Not-for-Profit Sectors.
    • MGMT 2501.03: Statistics for Managers I.
    • MGMT 2502.03: Statistics for Managers II.
    • MGMT 2601.03: Knowledge Management.
    • MGMT 2801.03: Government Structure.
    • MGMT 2803.03: Management in the Public Sector.
    • MGMT 3201.03: Financial Management.
    • MGMT 3309.03: Management Skills Development.
    • MGMT 3320.03: Organizational Theory.
    • MGMT 3333.03: Project Management.
    • MGMT 3501.03: Operations Management.
    • MGMT 3601.03: Information in a Networked World.
    • MGMT 3602.03: Professional Communication Skills.
    • MGMT 3603.03: Beyond Google.
    • MGMT 3701.03: Resource/Environmental Problem-Solving 1: Sustainable Ecosystems.
    • MGMT 3702.03: Resource/Environmental Problem-Solving 2: Sustainable Industries.
    • MGMT 3802.03: Public Policy.
    • MGMT 3810.03: Government Policy Toward Business.
    • MGMT 3907.03: New Venture Creation Entrepreneurship.
    • MGMT 4001.03: Strategy Formulation.
    • MGMT 4002.03: Strategy Implementation.
    • MGMT 4050.03: Directed Reading and Research.
    • MGMT 4309.03: Strategic Leadership.
    • MGMT 4501.03: International Management Strategy.
    • MGMT 4601.03: Advanced Knowledge Management.
    • MGMT 4701.03: Advanced Resource and Environmental Management 1.
    • MGMT 4702.03: Advanced Resource and Environmental Management 2.
    • MGMT 4901.03: Managing the Venturing Process.

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