Site Navigation
Welcome
Important Notice and Disclaimer
Faculty of Graduate Studies General Information
Graduate Students' Association (GSA)
Academic Schedule
Faculty of Graduate Studies Degrees Information
Admissions
Awards and Financial Assistance for Graduate Students
Tuition and General Fees
Academic Regulations
Program Descriptions
Interdisciplinary Specializations
Courses of Instruction
How to Use
Courses of Instruction by Faculty
Course Descriptions
A
B
C
D
E
Ecology ECOL
Economics ECON
Educational Psychology EDPS
Educational Research EDER
Electrical Engineering ENEL
Energy and Environmental Systems EESS
Engineering ENGG
English ENGL
Entrepreneurship and Innovation ENTI
Environmental Design EVDS
Environmental Design Architecture EVDA
Environmental Design Landscape EVDL
Environmental Design Planning EVDP
Environmental Engineering ENEN
F
G
H
I
J, K
L
M
N, O
P
R
S
T, U
V
Z
Student and Campus Services
About the University of Calgary
Graduate Studies Calendar 2018-2019 Courses of Instruction Course Descriptions E Entrepreneurship and Innovation ENTI
Entrepreneurship and Innovation ENTI

Instruction offered by members of the Haskayne School of Business.

Graduate Courses
Entrepreneurship and Innovation 601       Entrepreneurial Thinking
Business leaders are challenged to think entrepreneurially – to seek opportunities and find ways to turn opportunities into viable ventures. These may be for-profit, not-for-profit, or social ventures. Students will engage in experiential learning to complete a feasibility assessment of such an opportunity, including the concept of giving back to society.
Course Hours:
3 units; H(3-0)
back to top
Entrepreneurship and Innovation 731       New Venture Law
Legal principles impacting business decisions regarding new venture creation, growth and routine business operations. Topics may include: corporate structure, directors' and officers' liability, financing, intellectual property law, contracts and regulations.
Course Hours:
3 units, H(3-0)
Antirequisite(s):
Credit for Entrepreneurship and Innovation 731 and 797.02 will not be allowed.
back to top
Entrepreneurship and Innovation 735       Cultivating Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Designed to leverage innovative and effective ideas so as to take advantage of opportunities, effectively incorporate innovation and entrepreneurship throughout the organization, and create an environment where new ideas that add value must be an organizational priority.
Course Hours:
3 units; H(3-0)
Prerequisite(s):
Admission to the Doctor of Business Administration program.
back to top
Entrepreneurship and Innovation 781       Introduction to Entrepreneurship
An experience-based course covering the prestart-up stage of business development through group projects and case studies designed to provide experience-based skill development in creativity, idea generation, and feasibility analysis.
Course Hours:
3 units; H(3-0)
back to top
Entrepreneurship and Innovation 783       Opportunity Development
A project- and case-based course designed to explore concepts of opportunity development.

Course Hours:
3 units; H(3-1)
back to top
Entrepreneurship and Innovation 785       Venture Development
A project-based course designed around the formation of business concepts in the formalization of a business plan.
Course Hours:
3 units; H(3-0)
back to top
Entrepreneurship and Innovation 787       Applied Business Analysis
Approaches to advising new and existing ventures on effective venture development. Projects will involve the student conducting analysis of several ventures and providing advice to them.
Course Hours:
3 units; H(3-0)
Prerequisite(s):
Marketing 601 or consent of the Haskayne School of Business.
back to top
Entrepreneurship and Innovation 789       Seminar in Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Study and discussion of current research literature and contemporary issues on topics related to Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
Course Hours:
3 units; H(3S-0)
MAY BE REPEATED FOR CREDIT
back to top
Entrepreneurship and Innovation 791       Technology Commercialization
The process of taking a technology product or service from development to the market, including market strategies, finding investors and potential early customers, the role of advisors, legal issues and the importance of the exit strategy for founders and early stage investors. Students will be required to complete a major project to write a feasibility study for a new technology or a case study of a successful technology venture.
Course Hours:
3 units; H(3-0)
back to top
Entrepreneurship and Innovation 793       Technology and Innovation Management
The dynamics of innovation as the primary driving force within firms and modern industrialized economies. Potential concepts are: incremental versus radical innovations, market-pull versus technology-push theories, dominant designs, technological trajectories, key factors for successful innovation. The emergence of new technologies; the importance of national and regional innovation systems; the role of science, regulations and social pressure in innovations dynamics; knowledge management; and implications for firms in rapidly changing industrial settings may be discussed.
Course Hours:
3 units; H(3-0)
Also known as:
(formerly Entrepreneurship and Innovation 797.03)
back to top
Entrepreneurship and Innovation 797       Advanced Seminar in Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Intensive study and discussion of current literature and research with respect to selected, advanced topics in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. May include formal academic or applied research project.
Course Hours:
3 units; H(3S-0)
Prerequisite(s):
Consent of the Haskayne School of Business.    
MAY BE REPEATED FOR CREDIT
back to top
Entrepreneurship and Innovation 799       Doctoral Seminars in Venture Development

799.01. Entrepreneurship: The State of the Art

799.02. Conceptual Models and Theories of New Venture Development

799.03. Special Topics in Entrepreneurship and Innovation

799.04. Advanced Topics in Entrepreneurship


Course Hours:
3 units; H(3S-0)
back to top