Management Policy : Study of the key aspects involved in starting and managing a new venture: identifying opportunities and analyzing new venture ideas, identifying common causes of failure and strategies for success, understanding intellectual property systems, comparison of multiple modes of funding. Applies to for-profit and not-for-profit start-ups.
Terms: Fall 2016, Winter 2017
Instructors: Younkin, Peter; Graham, Margaret (Fall) Bhattacharyay, Madhurima (Winter)
Prerequisite(s): INTG 201 and INTG 202 for non-Management students. (INTG 201 is a prerequisite for non-Management students. INTG 202 is a prerequisite for non-Management students, but can be taken concurrently.)
Restriction(s): Only open to U2, U3 students.
Limited enrolment; priority registration to Management students and non-Management students in Minors in Entrepreneurship. INTG 201 is a prerequisite for non-Management students and must be taken prior to this course. INTG 202 is a prerequisite for non-Management students and must be taken prior to or concurrently with this course. Non-Management students without the prerequisites will be deregistered from the course.