BUS-452 Advanced Topics in Entrepreneurship
3 hours lecture, 3 credits
This course aims to develop advanced problem solving skills that are required for the management of small and medium enterprises (SME's). A topical approach offers an analytical framework for the study of the entrepreneurial process, creativity and competitive strategy, troubleshooting, problem solving, and growth strategy. This course provides an opportunity to help students integrate their knowledge of disparate topics, to think strategically, and to act in a consultative capacity for a new and growing enterprise.
- Completion of Business Administration Certificate coursework and completion of 9 credits of Business Administration Diploma coursework
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