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EPS7546

BUYING A SMALL BUSINESS: THE SEARCH EXP

EPS7546

Course Description:

EPS7546 Buying a Small Business: The Search Experience This course compliments EPS 7545 (Buying a Small Business) and EPS 7530 (M&A for Entrepreneurs) by allowing students interested in buying a business the opportunity to conduct a live search under the supervision of their Professor. Enrollment in or successful completion of either of the courses listed above is a prerequisite for this course. The latter stage of the MBA program is an excellent time to conduct a business search. Students can learn from their experiences, share lessons with fellow students and actually find a serious business acquisition opportunity within a three-month semester. The course will include group seminars and private sessions with the Professor for planning and review of the individual search plan. Students are expected to spend 30-40 hours during the semester conducting a serious search. Group seminars will cover the following areas: - Self Assessment - Definition of the Search Objectives - Preparation of a Business Plan for the Search - Preparation of a Communications and Target Plan - Opportunity Risk and Opportunity Process - Strategies for Information, Due Diligence & Negotiations - Keeping the Deal Alive - The Closing Process Prerequisite: Students who enroll in this course must be currently enrolled in EPS7530 or EPS7545 or have completed one of these courses in a prior semester AND also have completed Evening: EPS7200 Blended Learning MBA: (ECN7201 and MIS7200) One Year: EPS7200 Two Year: EPS7200

Department:

Entrepreneurship

Course Level:

Graduate Elective (Grad)

Course Credits:

1.5

Course Programs:

Graduate