Course Details

Course Title: Small Business and Entrepreneurship

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Code: ENTR1101P

Admit Term: 2018 Winter 1181

Credits: 3


In this course, you will learn small business start-up and management fundamentals as well as examine entrepreneurial characteristics and skills useful for those individuals who wish to adopt an entrepreneurial mindset. Using case studies and profiles of entrepreneurs, you will examine the small business process and the requirements necessary to bring a business venture to successful completion. You will have the opportunity to channel your inner entrepreneur by developing a proposal for a new business venture.

Equivalencies for this course

  • ENTR1100 - Entrepreneurship
  • ENTR1123 - The Entrepreneur
  • ENTR1201 - New Venture Development
  • ENTR1202 - New Venture Development

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