MLD-830 A: Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Private and Social Sectors

Semester: Fall

Credit: 1.0

Syllabus: Click here for syllabus

Faculty: Dick Cavanagh

Schedule

Day Time Location
First Day 9/8
Meet Day M 4:10 PM - 6:00 PM BL-1
Review

Description

Introduces the theory and practice of entrepreneurial management in the private and social sectors. Prepares students for future work and leadership in and with entrepreneurial ventures. Explores entrepreneurial strategies, organization, and leadership. Requirements:student preparation and presentation of small group research project(s) about entrepreneurial ventures or leaders in the private or nonprofit world; substantial primary and secondary research. The instructor will meet with each group at mutually convenient times during and outside of class, to help structure the project and coach the presentations of these business plans and case studies. Grades based 1/3 on class participation, 1/3 on the group research presentation, and 1/3 on a case final exam. Students without prior academic or professional exposure to financial management are urged to enroll in "Entrepreneurial Finance I" (MLD-829MA) concurrently.