Course Description:

ENTR 303 INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP The first phase of this course explores business concepts, topics and terminology and how they relate to the entrepreneurial venture. In its second phase the course examines the traits that make a successful entrepreneur through the use of case studies, articles, and guest lectures. Students will engage in self evaluation through the use of tools that attempt to measure emotional intelligence and entrepreneurship profiles. Open to all students with sophomore standing or higher. Three Hours, Fall

Credits:

3.0

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