My assumptions about social entrepreneurship fall into four broad components:
Creativity, Innovation, Opportunity, and Idea Generation 3 Credits Provides a broad introduction to entrepreneurship and prepares students for developing a mindset for thinking creatively, using innovation, recognizing opportunities and generating entrepreneurial ideas.
Other topics include strategic and tactical planning and entrepreneurial activities of an actual business enterprise. This course requires approval from the instructo, the program director, or department administrative associate.
ENT Entrepreneurial Mind-Set and Foundations 3 Credits Provides an understanding of the entrepreneurial process from both conceptual and applied perspectives. Topics include creativity, innovation, the characteristics of entrepreneurs, common issues encountered by entrepreneurs, entrepreneurial marketing, entrepreneurial finance, and organizational strategies for new business enterprises.
Students will engage in entrepreneurial projects. Open to business and non-business majors.
ENT Entrepreneurship and Family Business 3 Credits Provides students with an understanding of key concepts related to and challenges faced by family businesses. Students will learn about ways to foster healthy family businesses through the use of innovative tools and via hands-on learning.
The course will explore how the dynamics of a family unit can both help and hinder the success of a business organization. Issues such as mentoring, succession planning and family creeds and councils, and the special problems of family businesses and other closely- held corporations will be explored.
Attention will also be devoted to family business planning, effective governance approaches in family businesses, preparing heirs for entry into and management of family firms, and tax and compensation planning.
ENT International Entrepreneurship 3 Credits Explores international entrepreneurship -- its dimensions and importance -- and how it differs from other areas of international business. Students learn to identify and analyze information available for entrepreneurs seeking to move internationally and to address the important strategic issues in international entrepreneurship.
ENT Social Entrepreneurship and Sustainability 3 Credits This practitioner-oriented course focuses on innovative, values-driven organizations which have explicit civic missions or social purposes and which are most typically associated with the not-for-profit sector of the economy.
The chief aims of the course are to help students understand and appreciate the role of the nonprofit sector in creating societal wealth in the economy, to engage participants in institutional efforts to create a good society through exposure to the work of these organization, and to have students consider a variety of forms of involvement available to aspiring entrepreneurs in preparing for leadership roles in their communities.
ENT Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship 3 Credits Focuses on the most common problems encountered by owners, managers, and entrepreneurs in organizing and operating small enterprises. Topics include creativity, and innovation; entrepreneurial strategy; pursuing new venture opportunities; the new venture business plan; creative small business marketing; innovative small business management; financial management in the entrepreneurial firms; and legal requirements.
Students will obtain entrepreneurial experience through working with entrepreneurs and small business enterprises.
ENT Building a Business: From Idea to Venture Creation 3 Credits Capstone course required of all entrepreneurship majors at the end of the program.
Students develop an original idea for a new venture and write a comprehensive business plan for that venture. An integration of the theory and practice of entrepreneurship.
The course focuses on identifying opportunities for a new venture and the process of starting and growing a new business. The business plan will apply key principles and concepts to real world situations.
Students must participate the New York State Business Plan Competition and other required activities to complete this course to get a final grade during the following spring semester.2 CULTURE, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA 1.
INTRODUCTION Africa is a broken-down continent, economically and socially. The humanitarian dimension of. The elements of the entrepreneurial periodic table are diverse and demanding – perseverance, vision, confidence, optimism and much more. But their power is undoubted.
Have a look at the latest entrepreneurship stats. assumptions and variables encompassed, they do include common elements (Mueller & The entrepreneurship process 83 Thomas, ).
Different authors have identified between two and five distinct stages in the entrepreneurship process as briefly discussed below: Pretorius et al (a) say that the literature cites two broad dimensions of.
There are six key elements of an entrepreneurial university, according to Professor Deresh Ramjugernath, pro vice-chancellor of the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa – good leadership and governance, capacity incentives, entrepreneurship in teaching and learning, a culture of entrepreneurship, stakeholder partnerships, and internationalisation.
Nov 23, · The two basic elements of entrepreneurship are as follows. Innovation. Innovation, i.e. doing something new or something different is a necessary condition to be called a person as an entrepreneur.
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