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Introduction to Entrepreneurship
Sample reading list:
Linda Rottenberg, Crazy is a Compliment
Geoffrey Moore, Crossing Chasm
Ed Zschau, Obtaining Needed Funding for your Startup Enterprise
Eric Ries, The Lean Startup
Alexander Osterwalder, Business Model Generation
Clayton Christensen, The Innovator's Dilemma
See instructor for complete list
The primary method of teaching and learning is the reading, analyzing, preparing, and engaging in a classroom discussion of cases describing real entrepreneurial situations in a variety of endeavors and at various stages of development. For some classes, there will be assigned readings that provide the background, approaches, and actionable concepts for addressing the issues of the case.
Paper in Lieu of Mid Term - 20%
Paper in lieu of Final - 30%
Oral Presentation(s) - 10%
Class/Precept Participation - 20%
Problem set(s) - 10%
Other (See Instructor) - 10%
Not Open to Freshmen.
Prerequisites and Restrictions:
There are no academic prerequisite for EGR 201. Students from all backgrounds and disciplines are welcome. However, students who took or plan to take concurrently with EGR 201 upper level entrepreneurship courses ( EGR 491, 495, 497, 498) are not permitted to take this course..
There will be both a midterm paper and a final term paper that will enable students to practice and apply the learning from the course.
Juniors Only 1
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