An award-winning online course for U of T alumni and friends!
- A free, five-module MOOC (Massive Open Online Course)
- Take the course at your convenience, provided that you register by April 30, 2023
- Opens March 20, 2023 with no deadline for completion
- Features perks and content tailored to U of T Alumni and friends
- To support your learning, there will be a faculty-led virtual tutorial
Start your entrepreneurship journey by completing training modules that teach you core management principles to help perfect your business plans and pitches.
- Establishing value propositions and utility to help focus on specific motivations for creating a product.
- Defining target markets.
- Evaluating utility and value of a product within an industry using market research.
- Designing a usage scenario for a product.
- Understanding software design principles in product development.
- Module 1 – Self-Assessment: Are You an Entrepreneur?
- Module 2 – Value Creation & Exchange Part 1: Understanding Utility & Value Propositions
- Module 3 – Value Creation & Exchange Part 2: Knowing Your Target Market
- Module 4 – Entrepreneurship Research 101 Part 1: Understanding Market Research Strategies
- Module 5 – Entrepreneurship Research 101 Part 2: Identifying and Finding Industry Research
Delivered online through The BRIDGE at the University of Toronto Scarborough and created in collaboration with the UTSC Library, UTSC Department of Management, U of T Libraries, Centre for Teaching & Learning, and UTSC Arts & Science Co-op.
This MOOC is one of the many ways U of T keeps you informed, inspired and in touch with alumni all over the world. Stay connected to your U of T community and never stop learning.
To support your learning, join a live faculty-led virtual tutorial on April 24 from 12:00pm-1:30pm (ET). This will be an engaging and informative lecture with a UTSC Management faculty member and librarian to deepen course participants’ entrepreneurial learning after having completed the Entrepreneurship Open Learning Series.
Professor Bill McConkey, Assistant Professor of Strategic Management, Academic Director of the New Venture Program, University of Toronto Scarborough
Stephanie Perpick, Director of Operations & Library Services, The BRIDGE, University of Toronto Scarborough
Upon registering, you will receive a confirmation email with a private link to access the course. There's no account or login required for the course. If you don’t receive a confirmation after registration, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
You need access to a microphone on your computer as well as knowledge of the following skills to participate in this MOOC:
- Understanding of basic computer hardware and software; ability to perform computer operations, such as:
- Managing files and folders: save, name, copy, move, backup, rename, delete
- Using software applications like Word, PowerPoint, Excel and email clients
- Knowledge of copying and pasting, spell-checking and saving files in different formats
- Sending and downloading attachments
- Internet skills (connecting, accessing, using browsers) and ability to perform online research using search engines
- Ability to use online communication tools such as email (create, send, receive, reply, print, send/receive attachments), discussion boards (read, search, post, reply, follow threads), chats and messenger tools
Recommended Browsers and Devices
You can use complete the course on desktop or mobile devices.
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- Google Chrome (recommended)
- Internet Explorer
- Microsoft Edge
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