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ENMN398: Entrepreneurship

Course Description

Explores the thinking and the doings of an entrepreneur, including: entrepreneurial orientation, entrepreneurial alertness, expertise, motivations, opportunity identification, learning from failure and the role of entrepreneurial thinking on the success of organizations both large and small. Discusses entrepreneurial thinking from an historical perspective examining the evolution of entrepreneurial thought from the Industrial Revolution to the more modern concept of intrapraneurship- entrepreneurship in a corporate setting.

Course Credits

  • 3.00