Pursuing Entrepreneurship Has Never Been Easier
Career Opportunities Carleton University’s Technology Innovation Management (TIM) program will equip the everyday Canadian professional with the skills to build a successful business.
Instead of hunting for the perfect job, entrepreneurs can control their own careers by launching and growing high-tech companies. Entrepreneurship can be a great career path for ambitious engineers, scientists, and business professionals.
Carleton University’s Technology Innovation Management (TIM) program helps aspiring technology entrepreneurs acquire the right knowledge, know-how, and resources.
The TIM program is a joint initiative of the Faculty of Engineering and Design and the Sprott School of Business. It offers three graduate degrees: a Master of Applied Science, a Master of Engineering, and a Master of Entrepreneurship.
“Our best students leave with a degree in one hand and a new technology business in the other,” says Dr. Steven Muegge, an associate professor of the program.
TIM is designed around the practical needs of time-constrained professionals. For example, all TIM courses take place in the evening.
“TIM is the hub of an entrepreneurial ecosystem with many complementary parts,” says Dr. Muegge. Lead To Win (leadtowin.ca) which provides space, mentorship, and support to technology startups with high growth potential. It was ranked as one of the top 10 university business incubators in North America. The Technology Innovation Management Review (timreview.ca) is a peer-reviewed open-access journal with global readership. The Global Cybersecurity Resource (cugcr.org) is a lead project located off-campus at Bayview Yards (bayviewyards.org), Ottawa’s innovation hub. “Our best students get involved throughout the TIM ecosystem,” he says.
Admission requires a bachelor’s degree in engineering, business, or science, and at least two years of technical work experience.