University of Alberta


Entrepreneurs produce solutions that fly in the face of established knowledge, and they are unafraid to challenge the status quo. They are risk-takers who pursue opportunities that others may fail to recognize, and they see a challenge to be solved in what others may view as a threat to flee. Entrepreneurs embrace strategic change, creativity, knowledge, innovation and flexibility and are increasingly important sources of competitiveness in an increasingly globalized world economy.

The University of Alberta Faculty of Extension Citation in Entrepreneurship is designed to foster this entrepreneurial spirit and embrace the competitive progressive movement of our culture. This citation empowers participants to maximize individual and collective success, on an economic and social scale, in all levels of society — local, national, and global.

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For general interest students:

  • 3 courses available
  • Anyone may register in any course without enrolling in a program
  • You can be a 'general studies' or an audit student
  • Use online checkout or call our registration office at 780.492.3116

For program credit:

  • see the Courses & Completion tab below:

Earn a Citation

Program in detail:

Citation Overview

  • Part-time study 6-24 months (on average)
  • 3 courses all offered downtown
  • Apply now start any time

The Citation in Entrepreneurship is designed to empower participants by providing the skills and knowledge to think innovatively. This program will teach learners how to best anticipate and solve problems, as well as how to engage and interact with business communities. Mastering these skills will provide learners with new opportunities for growth, productivity, and success.

Qualifying for Admission

As the University of Alberta’s primary resource for continuing education, we bring the university to the public through high-impact, part-time programs. We welcome students with a variety of educational and professional backgrounds.

Core competencies of our graduates

Students who complete the program will be able to:

  • recognize the key factors that differentiate successful and less-than-successful entrepreneurship projects and programs
  • evaluate entrepreneurship efforts

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