ENTREPRENEURSHIP


ENTR 3010 - sew Venture Creation......................3.00 Credits This  course  concentrates  on  how  new  businesses  are  started. Objectives of the course are understanding entrepreneurs, seeking and evaluating opportunities for new ventures, and gathering resources to convert  those  opportunities  into  business.  Student  projects will include development of business plans for new ventures they have chosen.


ENTR 3105 - Financing

Entrepreneurial Ventures .......................................3.00 Credits This course covers various aspects of financing and entrepreneurial venture. Major topics include attracting seed and growth capital from sources such as individuals, venture capital, investment   banking, government and commercial banks.


ENTR 4020 - Marketing for Entrepreneurs .........3.00 Credits

In-depth study of entrepreneurial marketing strategies and techniques. Examines how a start-up or small-to medium sized business with distinct market needs operates within limited budgets.  Case method is emphasized.


ENTR 4105 - E-Commerce .....................................3.00 Credits This course introduces students to the practical know-how, issues, and theory of doing business on the Internet.  The course covers topics such as technologies of e-Commerce (network, software, database, security, and e-payment), current business strategies of e-Commerce, and contemporary issues of e-Commerce.

Prerequisite: MGMT 3206.


ENTR 4120 - Corporate Venturing: Entrepreneurship

in Organization ........................................................3.00 Credits This course provides familiarity with reading and case study analysis leading to a thorough understanding of the four components of corporate venturing-innovation, entrepreneur- ship, leadership   and corporate culture.  Its goal is to pro- vide overall development of student respect for problems and risks that face entrepreneurial success rates by creating and evaluating opportunity, measuring risk, recognizing cult Ural   barriers   and opportunities, overcoming obstacles and institutionalizing change.


ENTR 4130 - Business and Tax Planning ..............3.00 Credits This course examines common tax, corporate, and securities law concepts.  Topics include types of business entities; ownership and control; changes in form of ownership; stock- holder and  partnership agreements; compensation; private placement; purchase and sale of assets; dividends, recapitalization and redemptions; installment sales; spin-offs   and   split-offs;   public   offerings;   and   mergers   and acquisitions.