Entrepreneurship and Small Business for the Non-Specialist
The impact of entrepreneurship and the function of the entrepreneur in new venture creation. A framework is developed which incorporates marketing feasibility studies and financial analysis into a comprehensive business plan. The business venture is examined with respect to financial planning, marketing, management, and tax decisions at the various stages of the business life cycle.
- Credit will be granted for only one of ENT 402, ENT 302, MECH 462.
- Enrolment limited to students outside the Entrepreneurship area of specialization.
- Either COM 220 and COM 250, or COM 321 and COM 351; and
- minimum fourth-year standing; or
- permission of the Program Director.
Undergraduate course in Entrepreneurship offered by the Peter B. Gustavson School of Business.