Jerry White, Director
5397. Entrepreneurship I (Starting a Business). How to plan and start a new business or expand an existing owner-managed or family-owned business. The personal characteristics of successful entrepreneurs; the career path of successful entrepreneurs; profit and cash flow forecasts; sources of information; forecasting sales, the importance of relevant experience; finding financing; the business plan. Prerequisites: FINA 3320, LT 3335, MKTG 3340, MNO 3370, ITOM 3306.
5398. Entrepreneurship II (Managing the Entrepreneurial Business). Explores the unique challenges and opportunities involved in the management and ownership of a closely-held enterprise. Examines key business, personal, and interpersonal issues relevant to the continuity and management of these firms. Topics include strategic management and corporate governance; life cycle and systems analyses; and leadership Prerequisite: CISB 5397 or senior standing.
5399. Independent Studies in Entrepreneurship.