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ENT 431 - Corporate Entrepreneurship Credits: 3


Examines the need for entrepreneurship in a corporate setting. Companies must be faster, more flexible, more aggressive and more innovative in order to maintain their competitive edge. In other words, they must be more entrepreneurial. Topics will include the need for speed, adaptability, and innovation in order to maintain a competitive edge. This course will cover many entrepreneurial issues and controversies, and students will be challenged to develop and defend their positions regarding these matters. This is an application-oriented course. Students will apply concepts, tools, and frameworks in a series of real world cases and contexts.

Prerequisite(s): ACC 201   and FIN 311   and MGT 305  
Graduate Credit: This course is not available for graduate credit.



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