Spring/summer entrepreneurship courses approved as undergrad program electives

Interested in entrepreneurship classes but not sure how they'll fit into your academic plan? The entrepreneurship classes offered this spring/summer are approved as electives for management, ISM, marketing and finance majors! 

  • EI 5000/7000: Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Introduces the integrative new venture development framework, processes and tools applied throughout the program, and explores opportunities, resources available and the local entrepreneurial ecosystem.
    • Counts as management or ISM elective
    • Open to students of all majors
    • Required for undergraduate and graduate certificates in entrepreneurship and innovation
    • Offered Monday/Wednesday, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. or 5:30-8 p.m.
  • EI 5200: Startup Funding and Profitability. Introduces students to basic accounting and financial information and the tools necessary to understand the workings and prospects a new venture; explore funding options for new ventures and develop financial projections required in a business plan. 
    • Counts as finance elective
    • Register without a prerequisite with permission of instructor
    • Offered Tuesday/Thursday, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • EI 5600: Marketing New Ventures. Topics include: Product development vs. Customer development; Market types; Customer types; Diffusion and Adoption Life Cycle Theories and Concepts; Market opportunity analysis and product/ market fit, estimation of market size; Value proposition, Positioning Statement; marketing strategy and plan for initial launch and to get, keep and grow the customers needed to sustain a new venture.
    • Counts as marketing elective
    • Register without a prerequisite with permission of instructor
    • Offered Tuesday/Thursday, 5:30-8 p.m.

Spring/summer registration is now open, so make these practical and fun new courses part of your schedule. 

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