Graduate Course Descriptions
ENTR 6301 (3-3-0) New Business Creation
This course focuses on three components: leadership, the acquisition of investment capital, and new business opportunities. The subject matter is organized around the following themes: understanding entrepreneurs and the character, personal skills, and behavior traits necessary for successful entrepreneurial activities; gathering resources to turn opportunities into real businesses; and evaluating opportunities for new ventures. Students will bring these concepts together by the end of the semester with the development of an operations manual and business plan. The course will provide a practicum for developing or enhancing negotiation, goal setting, time management, delegation, conflict resolution, and motivation skills.
- Offered: Periodically.
- Prerequisite: None.