Hands-on, industry-relevant skills
In your first year of the program, you will take 10 common courses with other business students, in order to gain foundational core business knowledge. In the second year of studies, you’ll take the required courses in Entrepreneurship and Innovation to get a specialized diploma upon graduation.
By the end of the program, you’ll have developed an understanding of modern business dynamics and organizational culture, and will graduate with the skills and knowledge required to become an innovator—whether as a founder of your own business or as a valued contributor.
You will discover and develop proficiency in:
- Maximizing personal strengths, skills and experience
- Forming and working in entrepreneurial teams
- Recognizing and creating business opportunities
- Using innovation methods and tools
- Business modeling and business planning
- Start-up and small business management
We immerse students in a combination of classroom teaching, industry-relevant case work, simulations and networking. You will develop an understanding of modern business dynamics and learn to work well within culturally diverse organizations.
Classroom & study hours
On average, you can expect to spend:
- 20 hours per week attending classes over the course of each semester
- An additional 20-30 hours per week studying, completing assignments, doing research, reading, etc.