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Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management B.B.A.
Course DescriptionInnovation & Venture Creation
This course examines product and venture creation for the entrepreneur. The student will also learn about innovation that would lead toward the creation of ideas for future ventures or businesses. The student will learn how to identify new opportunities and screen those opportunities for success versus failure. The student will also learn how to build a model for a future business and handle rapid growth of a business. The course will also look at the feasibility of the ideas generated by the student in order for the student to identify possible future businesses. Prerequisites: ENTR 317, BSAD 116, BSAD 221, ENTR 320, and ECON 100 or 140 3 credits, spring semester