Dare to be bold. Forge your own path
The Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Social Innovation option was thoughtfully crafted to cater to our makers, shakers and risk-takers!
You have a curious mind and an entrepreneurial spirit? Turn your creative aspirations into tangible realities and embark on your business journey! Our proposed sequence will deliver a balance between theory and practice through meaningful learning opportunities, coupled with valuable resources and support for you as a future entrepreneur.
You will learn ways in which creativity and entrepreneurship can be blended together to create exciting opportunities.
This option’s fixed progression has been carefully tailored and can be integrated in all BA and BSc programs of the Faculty of Arts for those looking to turn their passion into purpose to shape their future and our community.
Courses (18 units):
- ADM1101/1100 - Social Context of Business / Introduction to Business Management
- ADM2313 - The Entrepreneurial Society
- ADM3313 - New Venture Creation
- AHL2300 - Introduction to Community Engagement
- AHL3300 - Creativity and Innovation
- AHL4310/4910 - Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation Lab
Students only need to register to each courses during their program and this option will appear on their transcript once the required units are successfully completed.
Each year during Global Entrepreneurship Week, the Faculty of Arts presents ARTS INNOVATION, an event that encourages arts students to forge their own career paths and make a difference in our rapidly changing world.
Elena Valenzuela, Associate Professor
Director of Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Social Innovation Ventures, Faculty of Arts