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BUS 399 - Entrepreneurship


Credits: 3

Prerequisites: BUS-211 BUS-221 and senior standing. Limited to BSADM, ACCB, PACC, or JMCB majors. A capstone course designed to expose students to a strategic perspective on business challenges in the context of entrepreneurial firms. Integrating concepts and analytical tools from functional disciplines (e.g., finance, marketing, accounting) in the diagnosis, analysis, and resolution of complex business situations, this seminar helps students develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to excel in either new ventures or in today’s increasingly entrepreneurial corporate environments. Among other activities, students learn from case studies, class discussions, and working together to develop and present a business plan. Shay.




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