The course will focus on the issues involved in the theory, process, and practice of Entrepreneurship. It is offered as the beginning course for the BBA in Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management. Subject areas covered include (but are not limited to) the current entrepreneurial environment, the individual as an entrepreneur, entrepreneurial planning, and creating and managing the venture.
Prerequisite: Admission into the BBA Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management program
3 credits (3 lecture hours) fall semester