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EPS7500

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

EPS7500

Course Description:

EPS7500 New Venture Creation (formerly Entrepreneurship) This course integrates many of the concepts, tools and practices of entrepreneurship. Students will learn to be superior opportunity assessors and shapers, to understand the integration of people and process in entrepreneurship, to write, articulate and present a new venture execution plan, understand the alternatives and trade-offs in financing, starting and operating a venture, and gain a better understanding of their personal entrepreneurial capabilities. Students will engage in feasibility assessment, venture viability analysis and resource acquisition. Students will learn how to conduct rigorous business-planning, and also how to network for resources and to be able to communicate about a new venture in a confident, articulate and effective manner. The course builds on foundation concepts from the Opportunity and Entrepreneurship courses, and is designed for students seriously considering launching a new venture in a variety of contexts (e.g. corporate, family, organization, franchise) or students planning to work in an early stage venture. Prerequisites: EPS7200 or EPS7800 This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall and Spring

Department:

Entrepreneurship

Course Level:

Graduate Elective (Grad)

Course Credits:

3

Course Programs:

Graduate