Entrepreneurial for-credit courses are available to UBC students through the Sauder School of Business and the Faculty of Applied Science. Undergraduate courses provide a broad introduction to entrepreneurship opportunities (COMM 280), as well as interdisciplinary practical experience (New Venture Design–COMM 466/APSC 486), while a graduate course covers the startup process (Technology and Non-Technology Entrepreneurship–BAEN 506/7/APSC 541). Students interested in exploring a team-based approach to engineering design may take IGEN 340, offered by the Faculty of Applied Science. Students wishing to acquire foundations in the knowledge and practical skills necessary for forming a successful company may wish to consider a Minor in Entrepreneurship.
Learn more about Entrepreneurship and Innovation opportunities available through the Sauder School of Business.