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ENT 633

Corporate Governance

This course is jointly offered by the Department of Entrepreneurship and Strategy and the Department of Law and Business and is structured to provide students with exposure to the evolving issues in corporate governance post-Enron. The role of the corporate board of directors and investors has, and continues to evolve. Institutional investors have taken a more active role in monitoring the firms they invest in. The board has become more involved in the affairs of the firms they govern. Management is in the process of adjusting to these new realities but also deal with uncertainty; the boundaries are blurred and still shifting as to exactly what is the appropriate level of board involvement and to what extent should investors exert their influence and on what matters.
Weekly Contact: Lecture:3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1


LAW 122





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Entrepreneurship and Strategy

  • ENT 100
    Applied Entrepreneurship
  • ENT 401
    Design Thinking Experience
  • ENT 500
    New Venture Startup
  • ENT 501
    Family Business in Canada
  • ENT 505
    Small-Business Management
  • ENT 511
    Funding New Ventures
  • ENT 526
    Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Strategy
  • ENT 527
    Studies in Entrepreneurship
  • ENT 555
    Managing Small and Medium Enterprises
  • ENT 56A/B
    Entrepreneurial Skills Development
  • ENT 570
    Entrepreneurial Self-Development Part I
  • ENT 577
    Entrepreneurial Selling
  • ENT 580
    Entrepreneur Self-Development Part II
  • ENT 601
    Identifying Opportunities
  • ENT 627
    Social Entrepreneurship and Changemaking
  • ENT 633
    Corporate Governance
  • ENT 725
    Management of Innovation
  • ENT 726
    Creating a Business Plan
  • ENT 727
    Applied Research in Entrepreneurship
  • ENT 78A/B
    Advanced Entrepreneurship