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Students participating in entrepreneurship leverage resources, space, mentorship, and/or funding to engage in the early-stage development of business start-ups. They may also advance external ideas that address real-world needs. In either case, students receive academic credit for their entrepreneurial efforts.

Entrepreneurship program profiles

Co-op on the Edge students build their own ventures using either a co-op term or an internship.

Students learn entrepreneurial skills by completing an internship at a start-up.

Students work on bringing their own business to market during a 16 week work term.