2019-2020 University Catalog 
    
    Sep 21, 2019  
2019-2020 University Catalog
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BUS 160 - Foundations of Entrepreneurship and Business


Credits: 3

Not open to BSADM or ACCT majors. Not open to students who have previously taken BUS 195A: Foundations of Management and Entrepreneurship. An interdisciplinary introduction for students who are interested in entrepreneurship and in perhaps someday starting, owning or running their own businesses, or pursuing an entrepreneurial career inside of others' organizations. Although entrepreneurship is a creative process, it also requires specific skills, knowledge, and tools to enhance the probability of success. This course helps students explore all aspects of developing ideas for new business ventures, including nonprofits or social entrepreneurship, including starting on the actual process of pursuing ideas and working with others in small teams. Through this lens of entrepreneurship, students receive an introduction to all of the primary aspects of business. Junkunc.




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