BUS 200 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship3 Cr.
Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.
This course is an overview of the entrepreneurial process from innovation to startup. The students will learn the characteristics and skills of entrepreneurs and the impact of entrepreneurship on the local and global economy. Selection of business model, evaluating feasibility studies and studying competition will be important part of the course. Developing prototypes, marketing and selling goods and services will also be covered in Introduction to Entrepreneurship. Special focus will be devoted to exploring sources of funding and local support opportunities for entrepreneurship. Students will develop a business plan based on their own business idea. Opportunities will be presented for students to participate in business plan competitions to obtain feedback from entrepreneurs.
Pre-Requisites: BUS 101 or permission of instructor
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