2022-23 Academic Catalog
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Entrepreneurship Courses (ENTR)

Courses

ENTR 1010. Overview of Entrepreneurship — 3 hrs.

The course will detail various paths of entrepreneurship available to UNI while introducing students to current entrepreneurial methodology including the entrepreneurial mindset, entrepreneurship, lean startup, design thinking, and Agile. (Fall and Spring)

ENTR 2010. Entrepreneurial Fundamentals — 3 hrs.

Focused on constructing projected financial statements for a start-up company using market research and industry analysis data given a lack of historical data. Lays foundation for skills and motivations necessary for entrepreneurial success. Prerequisite(s): sophomore standing. (Fall and Spring)

ENTR 3583/5583. Entrepreneurship — 3 hrs.

Exploration of entrepreneurial qualities; opportunity assessment; new venture strategic planning and contemporary environmental issues; developing a business plan. No credit if credit previously earned in 130:172 Venture Opportunity Analysis. Prerequisite(s): ENTR 2010 or (ACCT 2120; ACCT 2130; prerequisite or corequisite FIN 3130/5130; STAT 1772 or equivalent; ECON 1011; MKTG 2110; ECON 1031 or (ECON 1041 and ECON 1051)); junior standing. (Fall and Spring)

ENTR 3586/5586. Entrepreneurial Strategy — 3 hrs.

Procedures for planning, budgeting, managing and marketing in the start-up and growth phases of a new venture; experiential learning project. No credit if credit previously earned in 130:173 (Venture Strategy). Prerequisite(s): ENTR 2010 or (ACCT 2120; ACCT 2130; prerequisite or corequisite FIN 3130/5130; STAT 1772 or equivalent; ECON 1011; MKTG 2110; ECON 1031 or (ECON 1041 and ECON 1051)); junior standing. (Fall and Spring)