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ENTR 631 Entrepreneurship

This course examines the processes for launching a new enterprise, resources needed and financing strategies. Topics discussed include shaping a business concept into a feasible business venture, assessing demand, analyzing the competition, setting objectives, designing strategies, designing the organization and developing pro forma operating statements. This course helps students recognize the nature of business opportunities and develop realistic strategies for developing them.


4 Graduate credits

Effective January 12, 2009 to present