Project Description

Rooted in change and innovation, the discipline of entrepreneurship is practiced by people with a wide range of backgrounds and academic experience.  Throughout this course, you will be led to examine how entrepreneurship can be complementary to your own background.  Whether your primary interest is in health sciences, engineering, fine arts or other industries, there are many situations where you can benefit by having more entrepreneurial knowledge.

Topics to be covered include: The entrepreneurial process, the entrepreneur, opportunity recognition the venture creation process, the business plan, venture financing, marketing, operations, purchasing a business, franchising, managing growth, emerging trends, social entrepreneurship, family business succession, and exit strategies.