Academic Catalog

Entrepreneurship (6300)

6300:201. Introduction to Entrepreneurship. (3 Credits)

Students are exposed to career options in entrepreneurship where they learn skills related to starting or buying a small business, working for a fast growth business or corporation, family business, and franchising. Open to all university students. 3 credits.

6300:301. New Venture Creation. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: 6300:201 or by permission of instructor. Students work on the development of a business plan based on their chosen career path in the field of entrepreneurship (starting or buying a small business, working for a fast growth business or corporation, new product, family business, or franchising). Open to all university students.

6300:360. Entrepreneurial Field Project. (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: 6300:201 or permission of the instructor. A practical field experience where students work in a consulting role on an actual entrepreneurial project involving a small business development center, a small business incubator, or an existing small business.

6300:450. Business Plan Development. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: 6300:301. Students will work independently, with mentoring from the instructor, on an entrepreneurial project. Students will gain hands-on experience in developing a business plan for starting, acquiring, or expanding a business.