Business Administration - Entrepreneurship
Learn how to take your idea from concept to creation while gaining a solid foundation in business practices.
Learn to create and manage new ventures and how to advise owners and managers of small and medium-sized businesses.
Students are exposed to various aspects of entrepreneurship in business, social, and innovative contexts within existing profit-oriented and non-profit organizations, including indigenous communities. Developing the vision required, as well as focussing on the human, physical ans financial ressources required to sustain a sucessful business in a socially responsible manner is a focus of the BBA in Entrepreneurship program. Courses are taught by a team of seasoned professors with direct business experience as well as international.
Students are engaged into analytical thinking and are given the opportunity to aquire a basic knowledge and understanding of business concepts`application to practical business issues, including: market research, marketing forecasts, financial and cash flow projections, business venture planning and launching, and business development. Students are exposed to various contexts besides for-profit business, including e-business, indigenous communities, social entreprises, micro-enterprises (in Canada and in other countries such as Mexico), and artistic organizations.
Small class sizes and accessible professors are key components of student success. Students may also take advantage of international exchange opportunities to broaden their understanding of the global business environment.
Graduates can rest assured knowing there is a multitude of career options they can explore post-graduation. Some career options include, but are not limited to:
- Business owner
- Civil servant
Many of these careers can be found in the public and private sector.
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