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Entrepreneurship

The minor in entrepreneurship is designed to equip students with the basic knowledge and skills needed to successfully operate a small business.

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Laureen Cantwell
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Entrepreneurship Courses: Spring 2015

MANG 343: Evaluating Entrepreneur Opportunities (G. Jouflas; TR 11a-12:15p)

Introduction to Entrepreneurship including development of business ideas, business model creation and business feasibility analysis. Prerequisite: BUGB 340. 

 

MANG 450: Entrepreneurship (G. Jouflas; E. Fleck; U. Shinde; multiple section times)

Analysis of managerial problems of small business, preparing a business plan, case studies, and individual reports of local small business enterprises. Understanding of elementary accounting, finance, and business law required. Prerequisites: ACCT 201, MANG 201, MARK 231, FINA 301, and students choose either MARK 350, MANG 341, or CISB 341, or consent of instructor.

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