MG 265 Entrepreneurship (3)
This course introduces the student to methods of starting a business from the ground up. It examines entrepreneurship from both an historical and a practical perspective, showing how entrepreneurial activity has been central to the creation of wealth. It also teaches skills for identifying, evaluating, planning, and growing a business. The course engages students in discussions and activities that foster creativity, innovation, and leadership. Prerequisites: MG 211 and MK 114.