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2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ENT 150 Introduction to Entrepreneurship

Fall-Spring Semesters

This course is structured to provide an overview of entrepreneurial activities relevant to both startup companies and existing business expansions. It is applicable to students in all academic disciplines interested in starting or owning a business, while maintaining relevance for existing business owners looking to gain an edge. The course details the fundamental principles and processes of entrepreneurship. It will focus on entrepreneurs, entrepreneurial thinking, idea generation, market evaluation, financing options, business essentials, the execution phase, growth strategies, and exit plan development.

3 credit hours
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