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Charles Chang Certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship

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Certificate of Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Charles Chang Certificate for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Open to students in any faculty at Simon Fraser University, the Charles Chang Certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship develops future entrepreneurs using the power of learning by doing. As students taking the Certificate learn and apply market-based approaches to innovation and venture development, they also cultivate connections between peers, […]

  • Certificate Course
  • Undergraduate
  • Flexible
  • Flexible
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TechE@SFU: An Innovate BC & Spencer Creo Program

Technology Entrepreneurship @ SFU Tech e@SFU at a Glance The 2022-23 cohort starts in Fall 2022 Tech e@SFU starts with BUS 494 or MSE 390 – Special Topics in Technology Entrepreneurship BUS 494 works as an elective course in theCertificate of Innovation and Entrepreneurship and the Beedie Concentration in Innovation and Entrepreneurship Tech e@SFU is […]

  • Certificate Course
  • Undergraduate
  • Spring Semester
  • Summer Semester
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BUS 477 – Startup Experience

BUS 477 – Startup Experience (4) One of the Capstone courses in the Certificate of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Prerequisites: BUS 338, BUS 360W (or another upper division Writing (W) course); 60 units. Recommended: BUS 314, BUS 361. This experiential course will expose students to the planning and development process of creating a startup. Emphasis is placed on integrating and applying all of […]

  • Certificate Course
  • Undergraduate
  • 1 Semester
  • Flexible
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eCoop

Are you a student entrepreneur, changemaker or team ready to commit to your start-up full-time for a semester? eCoop allows you to receive a paid salary while working full-time on your very own start-up—complete with dedicated mentorship and space from Coast Capital Venture Connection.* *COVID-19 dependant Great business ideas don’t just happen after graduation. Aspiring entrepreneurs […]

  • Undergraduate
  • 1 Semester
  • Fall Semester
  • Spring Semester
  • Summer Semester
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BUS 238 – Intro to Entrepreneurship & Innovation

BUS 238 – Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Innovation (3) One of the 4 core courses in the Certificate of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Breadth-Social Sciences. Prerequisite: 12 Units. In this transformative class, students learn to break out of their comfort zones, work in interdisciplinary teams and work on projects that are important to them and their community. Students […]

  • Certificate Course
  • Undergraduate
  • 1 Semester
  • Flexible
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BUS 338 – Foundations of Innovation

BUS 338 – Foundations of Innovation (3) One of the 4 core courses in the Certificate of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Prerequisite: BUS 238 or BUS 254; 45 units. BUS 338 builds on the principles learned in BUS 238. Work with real start-ups and community partners to help identify areas of improvement in their businesses through marketing, research, customer discovery, business […]

  • Certificate Course
  • Undergraduate
  • 1 Semester
  • Flexible
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Community Stories

Carolyn Yip

SIAT and Entrepreneurship

"Going into the 2nd half of my 4th year I discovered the Certificate of Entrepreneurship and realized that many of my upper-division classes qualified as a part of the certificate. The core certificate classes of Project Management and Financing New Ventures were of interest to me, as I saw I could apply the knowledge I learned from those courses, directly to Studio Kleio. My round-about journey led me to apply for the certificate so I could learn real applicable knowledge from those classes and apply them to my business."

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Raaj Chatterjee

Mechatronics And Engineering, Masters

"BUS 238 was my first introduction to entrepreneurship. I came in as an engineering student and realized that, wow, there’s this whole other world where I can develop things people need and use."

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