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2019-2020 Academic Catalog 
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MGMT 3350 - Foundations of Entrepreneurship

CIP Code: 52.0701
Credit(s): 3
Course Description: Initiation of new ventures and approaches to growth of existing firms through opportunity recognition, innovation and change. The study of entrepreneurs, entrepreneurship, and new business models will emphasize developing effective entrepreneurial skills and behaviors. Topics include start-up motives, strategic issues in small and entrepreneurial businesses, legitimacy of new business, growth and alliances for small businesses, decision making and the entrepreneur. Define entrepreneurship; Explore and evaluate entrepreneurship opportunities; Identify the start-up issues that entrepreneurs face; Identify the advantages/disadvantage of different forms of business organizations; List financing options that are available to entrepreneurs

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