Fall 2012 – Summer 2013
This Minor is offered jointly by the Faculties of Engineering and Management. It will appeal to those students who have a concept, process, or product idea in mind and who want to explore the opportunity of commercializing it. It will also be of interest to students who have a general interest in entrepreneurship and intend to pursue a career in small- and medium-sized high-technology/engineering companies.
Students taking the Minor choose 18 credits from courses in technological entrepreneurship (entrepreneurship, marketing management, organization policy, marketing of technology, leadership, and human resources management). Students can also choose to take business plan design and project courses, which give students an opportunity to design a business plan and develop a technology or engineering project.
Minor Adviser: Faculty Student Adviser in the Engineering Student Centre (Frank Dawson Adams Building, Room 22)