Applied Entrepreneurship (ENTR 4000)
This course is designed so students can apply the basic principles of accounting, management, marketing and finance to the establishment and development of a small business. Emphasis is on planning and future management of the small business, including topics such as starting new firms, purchasing existing firms, franchising, entrepreneurship, personnel, and marketing. Students will use various methods including research, case analysis, and interviews to acquire the necessary skills and techniques to develop a business plan. Co-requisites can be taken with or prior to taking Applied Entrepreneurship.
Pre-requisite: ACTG 1000, BUSI 1015, ECON 2015, MKTG 1010, COMP 2125.
Co-requisite:Two 3000-or-higher from course codes ACTG, BUSI, COMP, CPAY, EBIZ, ECON, ENTR, FINA, FITT, HRES, INFM, INSU, INTB, LEGL, MGMT, MKTG, PREL or SVLS
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Class # 1437
Apr 27 - Jun 19, 2020
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