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ENTR.1500 Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Business

Id: 041770 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3

Description

Entrepreneurship can be considered a process of economic or social value creation, rather than the single event of opening a business. This course focuses on creativity, innovation, problem identification, opportunity recognition, developing solutions, and resource acquisition. The functional areas of business and the cross-functional nature of these will be demonstrated as student teams will address problems they discover.

Prerequisites

All students are required to take this course if they have fewer than 30 earned credits. This course is open only to students in Business Administration.

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