Catalog 2021-2022

ENT 320 Introduction to Entrepreneurship/Feasibility

This course requires students to develop a feasibility study for a new business venture. The study will be utilized throughout courses in the major and will form the basis of the business plan in ENT 487. In addition to a historical review of entrepreneurship, students assess the value of a concept and explore opportunity recognition, innovation and creativity, pro forma financial statement development, the legal structures of business, risk analysis and types of entrepreneurial ventures.

Credits

4

Prerequisite

COB requirements for taking 300-level courses, AWR 101, AWR 201.

Distribution

(W)

Offered

fall, spring and summer semesters.