For-Credit Courses

e@UBC is pleased to promote the following Sauder School of Business entrepreneurship courses for current UBC students. Regardless of your faculty or specialization, we have for-credit courses available that can serve as your entry point into discovering more about entrepreneurship at UBC while you complete your degree.

Undergraduate and graduate students alike, you can find courses at UBC that can serve as your Introduction into entrepreneurship, or spark your desire to pursue a venture idea that has been brewing in the back of your mind for ages.

Here, you can choose a course that is just right for you.
 

Current Course Offerings

You are curious about what Entrepreneurship really is, and you are an undergraduate student in any faculty at UBC

Don’t fear. We have just the thing for you to get you started

You’re ready for a more rigorous entrepreneurship journey, with practical steps to build your venture

- New Ventures Design (COMM 466/APSC 486) helps you to work on building a viable product prototype and business plan

- Technology Entrepreneurship – All UBC graduate-level students with a strong interest in entrepreneurship are encouraged to apply

You are a Bachelor of Commerce student, and you want to take a deeper dive into Entrepreneurship and Innovation

These are the for-credit courses open to all BComm Students

You are an MBA student and you are ready to kick–start a new venture

There is a dedicated MBA Career Track tailor-made for you

The Sauder School of Business provides entrepreneurship courses for students across all faculties.