Learn about the entrepreneurial process, or the art and skill of finding viable new-business opportunities and the resources needed to develop and profit from them. In this class we will broadly examine the marketing, management, operations and financial functions needed to successfully start-up a new business whether a sole-proprietorship, partnership or division of a corporation.
- Instructor: David Forlani
- Sample Syllabus
- 3.0 Credit Hour Course (16 Weeks)
- Offered Fall Semester
This course focuses on entrepreneurship. You could think of entrepreneurship as involving a set of processes associated with finding both opportunities and the resources needed to develop and profit from those opportunities. Being a fundamentals course, it broadly considers the concepts, skills, know-how, attitudes, information, and alternatives to finding and developing new business opportunities in many venues from garage start-ups to corporate acquisitions. Similarly, it considers these activities from the perspectives of both the entrepreneur and an organization’s main stakeholder groups.