GBUS-491 Entrepreneurship Startups: Practice and Theory
Fall for 2016-2017
Spring for 2016-2017
Murphy, Dale (ddm41)
New forces re-shaping the world require innovative approaches in thinking and praxis. Entrepreneurship (social and commercial) offers one set of possible solutions. Learning-by-doing is the best way to understand entrepreneurship, for practitioners, researchers and policymakers, alike. Total personal immersion in the first part of the course broadens into wider analytical, synthetical and theoretical perspectives over the semester, as students pursue their entrepreneurial passion.

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SPRING 2017: GBUS 491-01 All Main Campus Students (No Freshman or Sophomores); GBUS 491-02 IBD Candidates & GBFs

Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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