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ENT 100

Applied Entrepreneurship

Students work with their course instructor to identify, select and complete twelve entrepreneurship modules and assignments that support their specific entrepreneurial project. Potential modules include: customer identification, stakeholder analysis, market segmentation, lean startup, design thinking, agile methods, business-model design, business planning, or financial analysis. This highly flexible course is designed to support independent student projects, startups and Zone Education. This is an experiential applied course, and students must engage with the entrepreneurial ecosystem both within and outside Toronto Metropolitan. This course is not available to Entrepreneurship Majors.
Weekly Contact: Tutorial: 3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1







Custom Requisites

Not available to Business Management Entrepreneurship students

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