Education – Credit

Training: Curricular

Attestation of Collegial Studies (AEC) Program Venture Creation in the Creative and Cultural Industries

Creative and cultural entrepreneurs often have to make do with very little support that meets their unique needs as founders of medium to high growth ventures. Many creative individuals are highly skilled in their domains but have fewer of the skills required to start and manage a new venture. This is a credit program offering budding entrepreneurs in the pre-startup and start-up phase of a new venture, a flexible schedule and experiential pedagogy developed to take account of their unique needs as creative entrepreneurs. Multidisciplinary teams will work together to identify opportunities, develop a value proposition, search for and validate a business model that will then be implemented. The program will be launched in the fall of 2015. For more information, please contact Madeleine Bazerghi

Complementary Course

Designing Solutions for a Better World (Contemporary Issues Domain)

Do you have an entrepreneurial mindset? Do you want to help make this world a better place by solving some of the more pressing societal problems? In this new hands-on intensive course,  you will work in a team in order to identify and solve a contemporary issue. More info here!

Certificate in Entrepreneurship (in development) 

Students will be issued a certificate in Entrepreneurship upon completion of a set of requirements, without adding extra courses to their current workload. Students in all programs are eligible to register for the entrepreneurship certificate. In order to receive a certificate attesting to the completion of the profile, students must participate in two extracurricular activities, attend one workshop and take two complementary courses related to social innovation or entrepreneurship. The launch of this option will take place in the fall of 2016.




Last Modified: January 29, 2016