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Entrepreneurship 12

Entrepreneurship 12 Course Overview

Big Ideas

Design for the life cycle includes consideration of social and environmental impacts.

Services and products can be designed through consultation and collaboration.

Tools and technologies can be adapted for specific purposes.



Entrepreneurship 12 is a course designed to prepare you for any first-year university or college business course and will touch on theories and principles at that level. It will focus on entrepreneurship at the personal, social, national, and global levels that affect everyone and everything from the price of goods and values and characteristics of successful entrepreneurs and maintaining financials. This course will discuss business strategies and theories that we will put into practice. Students gain an introductory understanding they can use to continue their academic studies or begin their own companies. Students will create a business plan with the skills necessary to build values, characteristics often associated with successful entrepreneurs.

The course teaches students about aspects of a business such as:

  • The way businesses function
  • The role businesses and leader play in society
  • Opportunities it generates for individuals
  • Impact on people’s lives

Where does this course fit?

  • Prerequisites: None
  • Graduation Status: One of the Grade 10/11/12 ADST/Arts Education options for graduation
  • Entrepreneurship 12 is recommended for students in grade 11 and 12 who are interested in pursuing or interested in starting their own business.

Course Materials

  • This is an online delivered course. You will need access to a device with an internet connection. There is no test currently offered for this course.
  • There will be individual and group projects, as well as regular homework assignments. You will be responsible to hand in assignments on time or make up missed/uncompleted work.

Brief Outline




The Making of An Entrepreneur


Generating and Evaluating Business


Decide on a Business Structure


ABCs of Marketing Your Business


Financing Your Business and Keeping Financial Records

Assessment Percentage Breakdown

Assessment Type

Percentage of the Course





Business Plan Project


You have up to a year to complete your course.

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