MGT 224 Principles of Entrepreneurship
3 credits, Fall and Spring
Examines the elements of a successful entrepreneur and the role of entrepreneurial ventures in the U.S. economy. Students will scrutinize the business skills and commitment required to successfully start and build a small business. The course is organized around three themes: 1) the personal qualities of the entrepreneur; 2) how to know and capture business opportunities; and 3) how to obtain and amass resources to start and build a small business. Through case studies and the models of entrepreneurship, students will assess their own entrepreneurial competencies.
Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or better in MGT 204