This program provides frameworks and skills for research scientists and engineers to commercialize their inventions.
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When Ben Britton took the stage at the Hong Kong-Canada National Investment Pitch Competition on June 3 in Calgary, he presented with the confidence of a professional. He knew his product, he knew his market, and he knew he could sway the judges to hand him the $50,000 grand prize – which they did – along with the opportunity to meet investors in Hong Kong. What makes his victory so rewarding is that, at heart, Britton is not a businessman. He is a scientist.
Britton is part of the first cohort of students to graduate from the pioneering Graduate Certificate in Science and Technology Commercialization program at the Beedie School of Business. Read more...
At a Glance
Part-time, Wednesday evenings
Segal Graduate School, Downtown Vancouver
Cost: $10,300* + student fees and course materials