Introduction to Entrepreneurship (30 hours)
Success as an entrepreneur begins with a solid understanding of the key concepts and processes involved in starting and managing a new venture. This course will provide an overview of the fundamental concepts and approaches in entrepreneurship and the tools needed for the set-up and evaluation of a new business enterprise. Topics include: idea generation, valuation techniques, funding, intellectual property and business plan development.
Developing a business plan (30 hours)
Success in any venture begins with a good business plan. A well thought out and well executed plan can provide the roadmap to success. This course will examine the key components involved in developing a solid business plan for a new or existing venture. In this practical hands-on course students will develop and present a business plan.
Courses are non-credit transcript courses. A McGill transcript will be issued for these courses. The language of instruction is English. Courses can be taken individually.
- $2175 CAD
- International health insurance
- Course material
- Official McGill transcript
- Attestation of completion of program
- Orientation session
- Welcome and Farewell receptions
3 weeks program