Catalog Number
10102131
Credits
3.00
Description

Introduces students to the concept of entrepreneurship. Learners study entrepreneurial practices primarily by developing a business plan for a venture of their choice. This includes comparing ways of going into business as well as developing marketing, legal, financial, products/services, management, and operations plans for a small business of their choice. Entrepreneurial behavior within companies is examined. Prerequisite: Twelve Business Management 10-102 credits or twelve Supervisory Management 10-196 credits or a combination of Business Management 10-102 and Supervisory Management 10-196 credits that total twelve.

Requirements
009704

Prerequisite: Twelve 10-102 Business Management credits or twelve 10-196 Supervisory Management credits or a combination of 10-102 Business Mangement and 10-196 Supervisory Management credits that total twelve.

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