This course enables students to research a problem and plan a field-based, real-world solution. The students develop a thesis or project proposal that builds on work completed in earlier courses and is consistent with general program outcomes. The students identify a research question, choose a theoretical framework or a conceptual model, select an appropriate methodology, and complete a research proposal. The project proposal must incorporate the broad concept of sustainability; consider environmental, economic and social/cultural aspects; and be designed to solve a real problem or introduce a specific change in a business, organization, or community. Project ideas should demonstrate leadership with creative, unique approaches to the field of sustainable business practice.
MGMT-470 - Sustainable Business Project Development and Research
Minimum Credits: 4 Length: 60 hours Prerequisites: A minimum grade of C (60%) in ENGL 100, MGMT 318, and MGMT 410. Delivery Method: Blended, Online Cost: $1028.40 Course Outline: https://sps.cotr.bc.ca/Outlines/Course Outlines/MGMT470.pdf