Entrepreneurship (ENT)

Classes

ENT 125 : Starting a Business

This course surveys the business environment, establishing a firm, decision-making processes, marketing assessments, financing, operations considerations, and government regulations. It also covers development of a business plan. It is designed for those who wish to start or are currently operating their own business.

credits

3

Class Hours

3 lecture

Semester Offered

Fall

ENT 130 : Marketing for the Small Business

This course covers key concepts and issues underlying the modern practice of marketing for the small business. The course provides a clear understanding of marketing's role in the management of a small business including marketing terminology, consumer-oriented approach to marketing, channels of distribution, marketing research, concepts and practices of retailing, wholesaling, physical distribution, marketing communication, personal selling, and marketing organization.

credits

3

Class Hours

3 lecture

Semester Offered

Spring

ENT 150 : Basic Accounting and Finance for Entrepreneurs

This course introduces accounting concepts and principles, procedures, and systems for the entrepreneur. Application skills include recording, summarizing, reporting, analyzing, and using accounting information for the small business. The development of a financial plan for a small business will incorporate the basic concepts pertaining to financial statements and financial planning.

credits

3

Class Hours

3 lecture

Semester Offered

Spring