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BUS 406 - Entrepreneurial Management (4)

The goal of this course is to provide the student with a general understanding of the rationale, methodology and benefits of operating plans, as opposed to strategic plans which are studied in the Strategic Management course. This course integrates subjects previously learned throughout the business curriculum and requires the students to develop realistic cases of business plans. Examples of start-ups, small or medium sized firms and particular ventures within corporations (e.g., export/import project) will be adopted in this course to foster integration of business themes. Prerequisites: (BUS 301 or BUS 491 ) and (BUS 302 or BUS 492 ) and (BUS 304 or BUS 494 ) and (BUS 305 or BUS 495 ) and (RCOM 220 or RCOM 120 or RCOM 131 or RCOM 250 or RCOM 310 or RCOM 126 or RHET 126 or RHET 195 or COMS 195 or SII 120 or RHET 120 or RHET 131 or RHET 250 or RHET 310 or RCOM 140 or RHET 140 or RHET 295 or RHET 195 or COMS 195 )