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Faculty: Dick Cavanagh
This seminar/workshop 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 with special attention to creating business plans for new social enterprises. Requirements: An individual 10-15 page term paper applying the course insights to either a case study or a proposal/business plan for a new social venture. Grades based 1/2 on class participation and 1/2 on the individual term paper. Students without prior academic or professional exposure to financial management are urged to enroll in “Entrepreneurial Finance” (MLD-829MA or MLD-829MB) prior to or concurrently with MLD-830B.