Course Description

Innovation and Core Concepts of Engineering Entrepreneurship is the first foundational course required to complete the Certificate in Engineering Entrepreneurship.

This course is embedded in the first-year core programming for engineering students as part of ENGG 200 (professional development seminars).

Learning outcomes:

  • Students will be introduced to core concepts of innovation and engineering entrepreneurship
  • Students will understand the engineering entrepreneurship journey, understand the entrepreneurial mindset and opportunity recognizing mind, and develop competence in developing business models 
  • Students will also build and develop key interpersonal skills including building a startup team, project management essentials, communication, teamwork, adaptability and resilience, and more

By fulfilling requirements, students can:

  • Continue on to SSE 200 (Tier 2) and SSE 300 (Tier 3)
  • Earn a Certificate in Engineering Entrepreneurship once all three tiers are completed 


Registration in this course is free, and is embedded in the ENGG 200 curriculum.


This course is available for undergraduate students who are presently enrolled in ENGG 200 in the Schulich School of Engineering.
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Jan 01, 2024 to Apr 30, 2024
Course Fees
No Cost non-credit $0.00
Required Software
Access to laptop/smartphone with internet capabilities.
Section Notes

Students enrolled in ENGG 200 that intend to continue the co-curricular certificate in engineering entrepreneurship should register for this course.

The actual dates/times of event and workshop offerings will held during the professional development seminars in ENGG 200. Details on how to complete the online guided learning modules will be posted to D2L. 


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