Concordia, JMSB, 2011
Entrepreneurship course (COMM 320): Fall 2010-Winter 2011
Concordia University, John Molson School of Business
Entrepreneurial activities have a global impact on individual lives, careers and also on organizational survival and growth. Entrepreneurs introduce change and innovation into the economic and social systems, empowering other individuals and organizations to constantly adapt. New products and services, new organizational practices and ongoing changes make it very difficult for business students and professionals to settle down into routine work and linear career paths. Rooted in change and innovation, the discipline of entrepreneurship has a distinct place in business administration studies.
1. Introduce you to the Canadian and international theory and practice of entrepreneurship. We provide numerous cases and examples that will facilitate your understanding of theory and concepts. You will have to integrate the conceptual framework related to entrepreneurship into practical cases. You will be asked to think, analyze, synthesize and criticize these concepts and cases in an innovative and creative way.
2. Demonstrate the relevance and applicability of the study of entrepreneurship to management and administration in general, and to you specifically, especially considering your particular professional interests and your future career goals.
Below are some photos of our classes from the Winter semester 2011. The drawings show the creative artistic approach of the students towards entrepreneurial theories: