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Business and Administration

business and management principles, including the fundamentals of accounting, human resources, leadership and strategy, marketing, and operations management

About the Course

This course introduces students to the nature of entrepreneurship and the necessary components for the development of a successful business plan. Topics include environmental scanning, competitive analysis, market access, legal implications and sourcing capital. The course features a combination of lectures, discussions, case studies and visits with members of the Winnipeg business community.

This course is designed to support the new University of Winnipeg initiative with Winnipeg Technical College’s culinary program, along with providing an additional option at the 2000 level for students within the three year BBA program that may not wish to take the more advanced BUS 3755 Entrepreneurship or BUS 4750 Business Planning courses

Specialized Reference Resource

Classic Text


North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Canada 2012

  • 72 ­ Accommodation and food services
  • 722 ­ Food services and drinking places
  • 7225 ­ Full­service restaurants and limited­service eating places
  • 72251 ­ Full­service restaurants and limited­service eating places
  • 722511 - Full-service restaurants US

This Canadian industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing food services to patrons who order and are served while seated and pay after eating. These establishments may sell alcoholic beverages, provide take­out services, operate a bar or present live entertainment, in addition to serving food and beverages. This Canadian industry includes drinking places that primarily serve food.

Key Topic Areas

  1. Entrepreneurship

    LCSH = Entrepreneurship
    LCCS HB615

    Business Planning

    LCSH = Business Planning.

    Restaurant Management

    LCSH = Restaurant management.



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