ECON237G - Entrepreneurship-Launching Your Business

Credits: 3

Entrepreneurship - Launching Your Business is designed for degree candidates and non-matriculating students who have always wanted to launch a business but are not sure where to begin. This highly experiential course will take students through the components that are required in a business plan to receive funding from sources such as angel investment, commercial funding and social media platforms. The final deliverable will be a business plan that the student has created, and is ready to launch, and which will be reviewed by a panel of experts.


Prerequisites: Successful completion of CIS110G or CIS107G or placement into CIS156G or higher, and permission of instructor or Department of Business Administration and Information Technologies chair).  (Fulfills Social Science requirement.

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