AFST 3337 Black Entrepreneurship in America
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as AFRIC 33.
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3 hours; 3 credits
History and development of African American business enterprise and entrepreneurs from Booker T. Washington and the National Negro Business League to the present. Topics include political philosophy of "black capitalism"; small and large businesses and the Black community; the impact of governmental programs on business development; case studies of successful African American businesses. (Not open to students who have completed Africana Studies 34.)
Prerequisite: one of the following: Africana Studies 0.11, 1020 [0.2], 1030 [0.4], or Core Studies 3 or Core Curriculum 1230 [2.3].
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