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EPS7553

On Becoming Entrepreneurial: Context-based Entrepreneurial Action

EPS7553

Course Description:

EPS7553: On Becoming Entrepreneurial: Context-based Entrepreneurial Action 3 elective credits This course drives students to uncover, develop, and put into practice Entrepreneurial Thought & Action (ET&A) regardless of the type of organization they are in. The tenets of the course are applicable in all organization but there is an emphasis on becoming and being entrepreneurial inside a large existing organization. Students will assess and develop their own entrepreneurial skills and learn how to apply them in their particular organizational setting (corporate, non-profit, government, etc.). The focus is on how to apply the concepts of ET&A and other frameworks in order to affect entrepreneurial outcomes in any organizational setting. Students will benchmark from existing research within Fortune 500 companies, popular press books, case studies, mini-cases, videos, experiential exercises, business press articles, and other relevant material. Prerequisites: None

Department:

Entrepreneurship

Course Level:

Graduate Elective (Grad)

Course Credits:

3

Course Programs:

Graduate