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Business & Entrepreneurship

Business & Entrepreneurship CAPS immerses students in the dynamic realm of business and entrepreneurship, fostering practical skills and innovation through collaboration with industry professionals, ultimately preparing them for success in the business world.

Who Should Apply?

If you're hearing the call of the business world and yearning to gain wisdom from seasoned business leaders and entrepreneurs, Business & Entrepreneurship CAPS is tailor-made for you.
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  • Innovative Thinkers: If you have a knack for identifying opportunities, thinking outside the box, and dreaming big about entrepreneurial ventures, this program is a playground for your creativity.
  • Future Leaders: For those aspiring to lead, manage, and make strategic decisions in the business world, the Business & Entrepreneurship CAPS equips you with practical skills and experiences.
  • Passionate Problem-Solvers: Whether you're excited about solving real-world business challenges or contributing to the growth of local enterprises, this program invites students who are eager problem-solvers.
  • Collaborative Visionaries: Successful business endeavors often hinge on collaboration. If you're a team player who thrives on working with diverse perspectives to achieve common goals, you'll find your place here.
  • Preferred Prerequisites: Business & Entrepreneurship 1 & 2 or Marketing 1 & 2


  • Entrepreneur
  • Marketing Manager
  • Financial Analyst
  • Human Resources Specialist
  • Sales Representative
  • Business Consultant
  • Accountant
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Event Planner
  • Public Relations Specialist
  • Business Development Manager

Industry Partner Projects

  • Collaborate with businesses to create and implement effective marketing strategies.
  • Business Plan Consultation: Assist startups and existing businesses in developing comprehensive business plans.
  • Financial Analysis and Planning: Work with financial professionals to analyze data and provide insights for business growth.
  • Market Research and Analysis: Conduct research to identify market trends, competition, and customer preferences.
  • Social Media Management: Help businesses enhance their online presence through social media strategies.
  • Event Planning and Coordination: Collaborate with event management professionals to organize and execute business events.
  • Supply Chain Optimization: Work with logistics experts to enhance supply chain efficiency and reduce costs.
  • Human Resources Support: Assist businesses in managing human resources, including staffing and training.
  • Business Development Strategies: Collaborate with professionals to identify growth opportunities and develop expansion plans.
  • Sustainability Initiatives: Work on projects focused on integrating sustainable practices into business operations.

Passion Projects

  • Develop and launch an online store, exploring product sourcing, marketing, and sales strategies.
  • Create a project addressing a specific need in the community, focusing on social responsibility.
  • Build and promote a personal brand, exploring strategies for professional growth and visibility.
  • Start a podcast or blog related to business topics, sharing insights and industry trends.
  • Develop a business model centered around sustainability, considering environmental and social impacts.
  • Plan and execute an event, learning the ins and outs of event planning and coordination.
  • Investigate the feasibility of starting a franchise business, analyzing market trends and opportunities.


  • Local Retailers
  • Service Providers
  • Technology and Innovation Hubs
  • Hospitality and Restaurants
  • Financial Institutions
  • Real Estate Agencies

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