BUSN 2000 Business and Entrepreneurship in the Contemporary World

3 hours; 3 credits

Introduction to business and entrepreneurship. Survey of principles of entrepreneurship, management, leadership, human resource management, operations management, quality control, marketing, economics, personal finance, financial institutions, accounting, technology management, social responsibility, and international business. Of interest to students who are undecided about their major and want to explore the different areas of business and entrepreneurship as well as for those who are not majoring in business and want a basic background in business and entrepreneurship principles.


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