Entrepreneurial Planning and Finance
Part of the integrated MBA Entrepreneurship module, focuses on differences between ideas and opportunities, identifying necessary information to screen and analyze the risks attached to shaping opportunities into viable businesses; understanding financial data and use of quantifiable factors in the entrepreneurial decision process. Students understand essential elements of a business plan, the catalyst for skill development of entrepreneurial new venture ideas.
Note: Not open to students with credit in the Entrepreneurship module courses previously offered under 595.
Corequisites: Part of the Entrepreneurship Module and must be taken concurrently with 562 and 563.
Graduate course in the Master of Business Administration program administered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.