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EPS7545

BUYING A SMALL BUSINESS

EPS7545

Course Description:

EPS7545 The Entrepreneurial Extension: Buying a Small Business This course will delve deeply into the challenges, process, and risks of buying a small business. Students will explore the intricacies of planning, evaluating and negotiating to buy a small business from a family-controlled or privately-owned enterprise. All aspects of financing and equity structure alternatives plus the industry peculiarities of acquiring a small business will be explored via cases, discussion, and an individual research paper. This course is geared specifically to buying a small business and links with EPS7530 (M&A for Entrepreneurs) which focuses on a broad understanding of middle-market company M&A and is geared to students looking to buy a business in the future or students entering the corporate or advisory world. No prerequisites are necessary for this course. It is recommended that students also take EPS7530 (M&A for Entrepreneurs) in order to develop a deep understanding of the M&A process.

Department:

Entrepreneurship

Course Level:

Graduate Elective (Grad)

Course Credits:

1.5

Course Programs:

Graduate