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Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship: Courses

Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship: Courses

As part of the Business School at the University of Colorado Denver, the Jake Jabs Center offers AACSB International accredited Undergraduate and MBA/MS graduate-level courses.

Each graduate entrepreneurship in-class course is generally offered one evening a week from 6:30-9:15p.m. Classes are held in the new Business School building located at 1475 Lawrence Street in downtown Denver or online.

These professional classroom and online courses can be applied as elective credits toward a graduate business degree at the University of Colorado Denver, as well as toward other graduate degree programs at the university. They can also be used to earn a Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship or as a part of your MBA with an emphasis in Entrepreneurship.

For full course descriptions, connect to the course catalog.

  • Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship (ENTP 6000)
  • The Business Plan (ENTP 6020)
  • Corporate Entrepreneurship (ENTP 6021)
  • New Venture Operations and Project Management (ENTP 6620)
  • Exploring Social Entrepreneurship (ENTP 6624)
  • Sustainable Management Research (ENTP 6800 – Special Topic)
  • Venture Capital Investing for the Entrepreneur (ENTP 6800 – Special Topic)
  • Building Biotechnology (ENTP 6801)
  • Legal and Regulatory Environment of Life Science Innovation (ENTP 6802)
  • Small Business Marketing and Personal Branding (ENTP 6807)
  • Legal and Ethical Issues of Entrepreneurship (ENTP 6822)
  • Entrepreneurial Financial Management (ENTP 6824)
  • International Entrepreneurship (ENTP 6826)
  • Entrepreneurial Marketing (ENTP 6834)
  • Real Estate for the Entrepreneur (ENTP 6838)
  • New Concept Development (ENTP 6842)
  • Marketing a New Business (ENTP 6846)
  • Leadership in New Ventures (ENTP 6848)
  • Strategic Web Development (ENTP 6862)

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