Online Course Description

Summer Courses / May-August, 2014

BSAD 320: Entrepreneurship

This course explores the basic framework of the beginning stages of a start-up business, starting with the development of an idea and going through the various stages of bringing the idea to market. The course will include assessing risk and reviewing various financing activities. Students will incorporate the class work into a workable business plan which will address areas which need to be included in starting a new business. The course will use case studies to help reinforce the lecture material.

Credits: 3
Prerequisites: Two of the following required: ACCT 101, BSAD 108, BSAD 112
Instructor: Sullivan
CRN: 30600
Run Time: June 2 - July 25

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