Course Number: 93-711
Entrepreneurship in Creative Enterprises
This course is an introduction to the characteristics of an entrepreneur. The course will include discovery of the characteristics of a successful venture and discussion on the aspects of failure. By reviewing the for-profit model, it will become apparent how this model can be successfully applied to the non-profit world. The proper identification of opportunity and avoidance of threats will allow the enterprise to win.
The class will focus on what are the qualities and characteristics of an Entrepreneur and what it takes to be successful in an entrepreneurial venture. Class exercises, lectures and guest speakers will focus the students on preparing a case for a launch of a business or project. The class will study the start-up of businesses in technology, entertainment, traditional and franchising industries.