BUSN 3235 Small Business Operations and Entrepreneurship
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as BUS 55.
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3 hours; 3 credits
Practicum in which teams of students work in the field on real projects for entrepreneurs or small business owners. About half of class time will be allocated to in-class sessions while the other half will be used to work on a field project. This course is targeted to students who are interested in developing their practical knowledge and competence of key processes in small business management including competitive intelligence, competitive analysis, business plans, entrepreneurial finance, venture capital, marketing plans, franchising, ethical issues, and resource requirements.
Prerequisite: Business 3230 [50.5] with at least a grade of "B". Instructor authorization if grade is less than "B".
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