For highly innovative B.B.A. degree students, the Entrepreneurship specialization is an excellent avenue for exploring an independent path in business leadership and enterprise. Learn how to plan and build your own business, develop online marketing strategies, and shape your groundbreaking ideas into a viable and thriving business.
The transcripts of students graduating with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree who have successfully completed the requirements of the Specialization will contain the notation "with a Specialization in Entrepreneurship."
Course for Specialization in Entrepreneurship:
Graduating students who have fulfilled the requirements for a single major Bachelor of Business Administration may add a Specialization in Entrepreneurship if they have successfully completed the following 4.0 credits with a minimum grade of 65% in each course:
- 2.0 ADMN credits consisting of ADMN 2080H, 3420H, 3430H, and 3750H
- 2.0 ADMN credits from ADMN 1510H, 3150H, 3170H, 3441H, 3560H, 4450H, or 4870H
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It is important you draft a course plan for your studies at Trent. By developing a course plan, you ensure you have the required pre-requisite courses to register in the courses you are interested in as well as meet the requirements to graduate.
First year - For those considering a Specialization in Entrepreneurship, students should complete ADMN 1000H, ADMN 1221H, ECON 1010H, and ECON 1020H in first year. If you take ADMN 1000H and 1221H in the fall, you could consider taking one or two of the second year ADMN courses (ie. ADMN 2010H, 2100H, 2220H, 2230H, or 2510H) in the winter term of first year. This will then leave space in the upper years to timetable the appropriate entrepreneurship courses.
Second year – For those considering a Specialization in Entrepreneurship, you should complete ADMN 2100H and 2080H by the end of second year. Students should also complete all required ADMN and ECON second year level courses.
Over third and fourth year, students should also complete all required ADMN third and fourth year level courses.
Fourth year – Consider applying for the placement course ADMN 4870H (minimum 72% cumulative average required) and secure an experiential learning position with a local agency.
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