ENTREPRENEURSHIP: BUSINESS FEASIBILITY
2018 Spring Term
This course concentrates on identifying and evaluating opportunities that may become the foundation for a new business or non-profit entity. Identification focuses on exploring demographic and societal trends, consumer and industrial needs, technological and knowledge changes. Evaluation involves customer and industry market assessments, potential for intellectual property protection and financial feasibility. Additional consideration will be given to development and resource options.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: ACCOUNT 244; ADMISSION TO UPPER DIVISION AND 2.50 COMBINED CUMULATIVE GPA FOR BUSINESS MAJORS OR 60 UNITS AND 2.00 COMBINED CUMULATIVE GPA FOR MINORS/NON-BUSINESS MAJORS FOR WHICH THIS COURSE IS AN OPTION. MAY NOT BE TAKEN FOR CREDIT BY ENTREPRENEURSHIP MAJORS.
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|Section Details||Meeting Details & Topic||Instructor||Syllabus|
|01/22 - 05/11 (1)||MW 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM||
|01/22 - 05/11 (1)||
|Students must have access to the internet and an internet browser. The tuition for online undergraduate courses in the College of Business and Economics is $389 per credit for both residents and non-residents.|