BUS 390 - 1 New Ventures & Social Entrepreneurship

BUS 390 - 1 New Ventures & Social Entrepreneurship

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This course is a study of the nature and background of entrepreneurship and the process involved from idea to opportunity to new business venture. Students are expected to study the environment in which entrepreneurship flourishes from both the perspective of the entrepreneur and of the economic system. The generation of ideas and opportunities is discussed. Students will transform an opportunity into a formal business plan. The course concludes with an examination of the process of implementation of the business plan and the management of the new business.

3.00
30+ credits earned
Course Offered
Fall
BUS 390 - 1
Tim Vanderpyl
Wed - 6:30-9:30 pm
Business Administration