Courses

For complete course information please refer to the Faculty of Arts & Science Academic Calendar.

ENT200H1 - Innovation and Entrepreneurship

How do innovations become useful in society? What is needed for a company to use such innovations successfully? Why and how do individuals and companies commercialize new ideas or technologies? This course provides a broad introduction to entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial skills and the methodology used by entrepreneurs to start a new venture.
 

ENT299Y1 - Research Opportunity Program

Credit course for supervised participation in faculty research project.
 

ENT391H1 - Exploring New Ventures

This experiential learning course allows students to explore the inner working of new venture companies or other innovative organizations. The majority of the course consists of activities applying entrepreneurial concepts within a local organization, with oversight from the Centre for Entrepreneurship. In-class activities facilitate the application of entrepreneurial tools to develop the students’ entrepreneurial skills.
 

ENT392Y1 - Exploring New Ventures

This experiential learning course allows students to explore the inner working of new venture companies or other innovative organizations. The majority of the course consists of activities applying entrepreneurial concepts within a local organization, with oversight from the Centre for Entrepreneurship. In-class activities facilitate the application of entrepreneurial tools to develop the students’ entrepreneurial skills.
 

ENT399Y1 - Research Opportunity Program

Credit course for supervised participation in faculty research project.
 

CSC454H1- The Business of Software

The software and internet industries; principles of operation for successful software enterprises; innovation and entrepreneurship; software business definition and planning; business models, market and product planning; product development, marketing, sales, and support; financial management and financing of high-technology ventures; management, leadership, and partnerships. Students will all write business plans in teams.
 

CSC491H1: Capstone Design Project

This half-course gives students experience solving a substantial problem that may span several areas of Computer Science. Students will define the scope of the problem, develop a solution plan, produce a working implementation, and present their work using written, oral, and (if suitable) video reports. Class time will focus on the project, but may include some lectures. The class will be small and highly interactive. Project themes change each year. Contact the Computer Science Undergraduate Office for information about this year’s topic themes, required preparation, and course enrolment procedures. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.