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ENTRĀ 401. Entrepreneurship Capstone. 3 Credits.

This course is designed to teach people with entrepreneurial aspirations a process for how to take an idea and turn it into a reality. Students will explore ways to shape and evaluate the viability of these opportunities by understanding key industry factors, market and competitive factors and customer needs. This course provides an opportunity for you to work with other students with varied skills and expertise in order to develop an entrepreneurial opportunity. The main purpose of this course is to allow you to work to develop a new business proposal by generating an idea, using business modeling techniques to "flesh out" that idea and define the venture opportunity, moving through the customer research and development process, and assessing how to improve their new venture concept. Prereq: ENTR 201 or MGMT 470. Co-req: ENTR 301 or ENGR 310.

Apparel, Retail Merchandising and Design

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...Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management ENTR 301 Entrepreneurship Toolbox I 3 ENTR 401 Entrepreneurship Capstone 3...