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GSOM 8805 Building and Managing Entrepreneurial Ventures (Spring/Summer: 3 )

Course Description

Regardless of which career path you choose, a comprehensive understanding of how to build, manage, capitalize and run entrepreneurial ventures is vital. Applying concepts like finance and strategy are essential ingredients in the "recipe" for business success, too. No longer can the assumptions underlying financial or strategic projections be treated as "black boxes." In many cases, the answer is less important than the analytical process used to calculate or evaluate something. This course is designed for students who may at some point be interested in pursuing managerial careers in the entrepreneurial sector, and covers the development of strategic, financial and business skills to identify, evaluate, start and manage new ventures. This is primarily a case study based course.

Instructor(s): Stoller

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 24-Jun-17