Thunder Bay • Orillia

Type B: Social Sciences - Entrepreneurial Venture Management

Business 3255 Entrepreneurial Venture Management
Focuses on strategic issues important for managing innovative entrepreneurial ventures, including the attraction and management of financial, human, intellectual, and network resources. Through real world cases, students will learn how to increase the probability of venture success through securing critical resources, and how to create value by linking resource management practices to key strategic outcomes. The course supports a broad range of student career endeavors, including developing startups, innovating within established organizations, and managing venture capital.
Credit Weight: 0.5

Business Students: Successful completion of Year 2 of Honours Bachelor of Commerce Program.
Non-Business Students: Completion of Business 3215 with a minimum grade of 60%.

Offering: 0-0, 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences