Fall 2016 Semester Courses
145-100 Intro to Entrepreneurship
Designed for students and other entrepreneurs interested in exploring the world of entrepreneurship, learn the step-by-step process for starting a small business venture. Develop a solid understanding of important start-up concepts including business evaluation, planning, financing, organizing, licensing, franchising, sales, marketing and other important topics; special emphasis is placed on avoiding the many pitfalls that real-world entrepreneurs face. Gain personal insight into what it really takes to succeed today as an entrepreneur, through classroom discussions, guest speakers, video clips and other practical, hands-on activities. Access to Starting My Own Business online text provided.
Sections this Semester
Offering number: 145-100-001
Seats Open: 18
Instructor: Schneider, Gregory P
Days: Tuesday Thursday