Entrepreneurship Classes & Minor
Innovation and entrepreneurship are important in every industry.
Entrepreneurship is a way of thinking. It is how we can make things better, improve situations, and become more creative, innovative and unconventional. Today, organizations want people who can think and act this way. Whether you desire to be self-employed or work for an organization, an entrepreneurial spirit is a must.
Entrepreneurship classes and minors offered at the University of Saskatchewan
College of Arts & Science Entrepreneurship Option
- Entrepreneurship Minor Information & Requirements (pdf)
- Arts & Science Entrepreneurship Option Website
College of Engineering Entrepreneurship Option (EEO):
- Engineering Entrepreneurship Option Handout (pdf)
- Engineering Entrepreneurship Option Website
- Recommended Schedule for Required Courses
College of Kinesiology Entrepreneurship Option:
- Entrepreneurship Minor Information & Requirements-Kin (pdf)
- Kinesiology Outside Electives Requirements
Edwards School of Business Entrepreneurship Classes:
- COMM 349 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship: Designed to provide both knowledge and evaluation skills needed to add value in the new venture sector of the economy. Students taking this course will acquire knowledge in respect to current concepts in entrepreneurship, primarily as it concerns the evaluation of entrepreneurs, their ventures, and the venturing environment.
- COMM 447 - Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management: Examines the processes and skills required for the successful formation of new business ventures and the on-going management of small businesses. Students can examine their own entrepreneurial potential and experience the process of new venture formation and financing through the preparation and formal presentation of a plan for the initiation of a business venture of their choice.