About this Course

This course is designed for students who have an interest in the planning and start-up of new business ventures, whether as independent enterprises or as new units of larger organizations. It is not concerned with management of companies once they are already in operation. The course covers external factors that influence entrepreneurial activity in our society, entrepreneurial characteristics, entrepreneurship as a systematic discipline, innovation vs. traditional practices, evaluation and preparation of a business plan, financing a new venture and management strategies during the initial start-up phase.


This course is also available as a Credit Division class. Prices may vary.

Course Details

Continuing Ed / Non-Credit
Tuition: $625
Textbook Additional Fee
Subject: PRFD D5412

Sections Offered

Section: 01B CRN: 6039
Location: E226
Type: Traditional
Instructor: Steve Mersereau
01/24/2023 - 05/14/2023
5:30 pm - 6:50 pm
Tue, Thu
No Class on: 3/14, 3/16