BUS 426 Entrepreneurship
& Small Business Management:
This is an examination of the role of the entrepreneur in society and an analysis of the considerations inherent in starting a small business. Special attention is also given to the problems of different types of small enterprises, such as those in retail, service, franchise, and manufacturing industries. Prerequisites: BUS201, BuS202, BUS221, BUS222, BUS300, BUS302, BUS306, BUS330 and GEC Computer Literacy Requirement. Offered fall day, spring night S1.