Entrepreneurship   [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
2013-2014 Graduate Catalog
   

BUSI 646 - Entrepreneurship


(3 hours) Prerequisite: BUSI 610. This course is designed to acquaint the student with the process of researching, developing/acquiring, and implementing a small business. Concepts that will be covered in the course include market strategy, financial planning, site selection, human resources, merchandising, customer services, and credit/collections. The student will be expected to assume the role of entrepreneur and develop a small business organization in this class. The course includes some limited field experiences involving discussions with investment professionals and preparing a business plan. Embedded in each part of the course the student will see the ethical and spiritual dimensions of business behavior evaluated and highlighted with appropriate examples from Scripture.

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