Graduate Course Descriptions
ENTR 6304 (3-3-0) Strategy and Management of Growing Businesses
The course concentrates on managing growing companies in an increasing level of maturity, while maintaining the entrepreneurial spirit that brought the company to its current growth position. Among the issues discussed are, measuring economic performance and obtaining information for effective decision-making, the quality process as a basis for competitive effectiveness, control systems for innovative companies, and short- and long-range planning in owner-managed enterprises. The student will be required to establish a mentoring relationship with an approved entrepreneur in order to apply concepts mastered in previous courses. This is a practicum course that provides students the opportunities to assist established entrepreneurs with problems related to market research, financial management, managerial and strategic issues, planning expansion, and/or new product development.
- Offered: Periodically.
- Prerequisite: ENTR 6301 and ENTR 6303. Must be taken as the last course in the concentration.