This course is designed to prepare the student for the capstone course in the Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management degree program, ENTR 475. The student, with the guidance of a faculty member, will explore their options for applying their prior coursework, both as an entrepreneur and an intrapreneur. They will develop several field experience plans to complete during the field study, their outcomes for the experience, and what skills and knowledge they anticipate deriving from the field study. The course culminates in a presentation and committee approval of the student’s field study plan.
Prerequisite: Junior standing in the Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management degree program or permission of instructor.
Co-requisite: ENTR 417
1 credit, fall semester