Spring 2018 Course Offerings
Entrepreneurship Courses: Spring 2018
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ENTR 201: Art of Entrepreneurship
This course introduces and explores the mindset and process of Entrepreneurism in (1) Social Entrepreneurism (Solving social issues) ; (2)Business Entrepreneurship (starting an innovative enterprise); (3) Employee Entrepreneurism (as a worker in an existing business) and (4) Academic Entrepreneurism (the pursuit of a valuable and productive education). Emphasis will be on identifying opportunities and value; developing the art of creative problem solving; and effectively expressing those solutions.
ENTR 315: Entrepreneurial Practicum (this will count as ENTR 315 in the minor)
This course serves as training for entrepreneurial leadership and emphasizes experiential learning in the practice and the development of skills that are needed by entrepreneurs, including effective leadership, collaboration, planning, and communication.
ENTR 379/488: Capstone in Entrepreneurship (this will count as ENTR 488 in the minor)
This course serves as a capstone for the Entrepreneurship Minor and provides students with the opportunity to work in either a simulated or real startup company, as well as examining case studies from leading entrepreneurs. Multidisciplinary teams of students work on mentor-defined or mentor-approved opportunities, from product or process conception to commercialization. The course is intended to show what it takes to assemble teams with core competencies in different areas into a successfully functioning business organization. Teams work on a variety of issues including intellectual property, marketing, definition of a product requirements document, human factors, safety and environmental concerns, and legal matters.
Please contact Professor Nancy Mata firstname.lastname@example.org for advising.