Programs and course offerings for entrepreneurial post-graduate students

As a graduate student at the Conrad School of Entrepreneurship and Business at the University of Waterloo, you'll be part of a community of outstanding faculty and students who shine brightly on the international stage. Graduate programs and course offerings are designed to provide students with practical knowledge, skills and experiences so they can succeed in today's increasingly entrepreneurial and innovation-driven business world.

Graduate students at the Conrad School - in the classroom, having a discussion.

Master of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology (MBET)

Graduate-level Business and Entrepreneurship (BE) courses

Graduate Diploma in Business and Entrepreneurship (G.Dip.)

 

A professional, practical, course-based master's program for people who want to make things happen. The MBET degree combines academic learning with real-world experience.

Business and entrepreneurship courses provide Waterloo Engineering graduate students with solid skills and knowledge to help them succeed in the employment marketplace.

The G.Dip. empowers graduate Engineering at Waterloo students to commercialize their technical innovations by adding an entrepreneurial component to their degree.