BA250 Applied Entrepreneurship 3 credits
Prerequisite(s): ( BA150 )
What is entrepreneurship? Who are entrepreneurs? How does one become an entrepreneur? This course examines the key questions encountered by individuals considering the path of business ownership. We focus on examining the history and role of entrepreneurs in the economy, characteristics of entrepreneurs, career paths of entrepreneurship and one's personal potential as an entrepreneur. In addition, we will discuss the basic principles of business entrepreneurship, including planning, organizing, innovation, staffing, and leading, stressing those elements needed for financial achievement and personal reward.
This course may be taken 1 time for credit.