Course Description

IBH 3BA3 - Understanding Entrepreneurship and Social Entrepreneurship from a Historical and Theoretical Lens

  • Prerequisite: Registration in Level III of the Integrated Business and Humanities Program

Students in this course will learn what constitutes entrepreneurship, how it has been practiced throughout history, as well as the necessary social, political, ethical and economic foundations that support a contemporary entrepreneurial economy. They will study empirical research examining entrepreneurial trends in Canada and world-wide, including social entrepreneurship.

Course Offerings

Fall 2023

Code Section Instructor Outline
3BA3 C01 T. Ruebottom Outline

Fall 2022

Code Section Instructor Outline
3BA3 C01 J. Nafari Outline

Fall 2021

Code Section Instructor Outline
3BA3 C01 B. Honig Outline

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