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Business Administration (BUS)

The following course information is effective for the Spring 2012 term.

Subj CatNoCourse TitleUnits   
BUS 131Entrepreneurship3 units  

This course will focus on the concepts and tools related to the development of new entrepreneurial ventures. This course is about the actual process of getting a new venture started, growing the venture, successfully harvesting (selling) it, and starting again. In a pragmatic way, students are engaged to discover critical aspects of entrepreneurship, and what level of competencies, know-how, experience, attitudes, resources, and networks are required to pursue different entrepreneurial opportunities.

Prerequisite: Language Proficiency and Basic Algebra Readiness Recommended: BUS 121

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