Entrepreneurship Classes

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Course Name Units Description
ENTR 420L Innovation Principles and Environments Laboratory 1

This lab course will develop an innovation-specific feasibility study or business plan that will be discussed in ENTR 420R/520R.

ENTR 448 Healthcare Entrepreneurship 3

In this course you will focus your business and entrepreneurial skills on contemporary healthcare challenges and opportunities.

ENTR 453 Communication and Organizational Change 3

Regardless of the stimulus or type of change, managers and leaders must manage and communicate change effectively to achieve successful implementation and results.

ENTR 457 Project Management 3

Foundations, principles, methods and tools for effective design and management of projects in technology-based organizations.

ENTR 481A Innovation, Translation and Entrepreneurship 2

In this course students will learn how one Innovates in the medical arena and how you take a concept of potential practical value and make it real.

ENTR 484 Development of New Venture Plans 4

Preparation and presentation of a comprehensive business plan. Integration of financial, operational, and marketing elements.

ENTR 485 Innovating: Creating the Future 3

This course, the summative experience for the Eller Undergraduate program, will explore the concept and avenues of innovation, broadly conceived, and its practical counterpart, entrepreneurship, as they connect to competitive advantage for individuals, institutions, even countries, with a particular focus on innovation in a 'wicked problem' domain.

ENTR 487 New Venture Development & Industry Analysis 4

Integration of marketing, production and management functions. Pro forma statements. Development of venture capital.

ENTR 488 Social Entrepreneurship 3

Focusing your business and entrepreneurial skills on social and/or environmental problem solving.

ENTR 498H Honors Thesis in Entrepreneurship and Innovation 3-6

An honors thesis is required of all students graduating with honors.

ENTR 499 Independent Study 1-5

Qualified students working on an individual basis with professors who have agreed to supervise such work.

ENTR 500A Technology, Entrepreneurship and Commericlaization 3

This course will expose MBAs and other Graduate students to venture creation and technology commercialization.

ENTR 548 Healthcare Entrepreneurship 3

In this course you will focus your business and entrepreneurial skills on contemporary healthcare challenges and opportunities.

ENTR 554 Leading and Organizing for Innovation 3

This graduate level course will focus in on what is increasingly understood to be a primary reason for the gap between aspirations and outcomes for innovation and entrepreneurship: the leadership and organization of the innovative process.

ENTR 557 Project Management 3

Foundations, principles, methods and tools for effective design and management of projects in technology-based organizations.

ENTR 581A Assessing Early Stage Medical Technologies for Commerical Potential 2

In this course students will learn how one Innovates in the medical arena and how you take a concept of potential practical value and make it real.

ENTR 599 Independent Study 1-5

Qualified students working on an individual basis with professors who have agreed to supervise such work.

ENTR 600 Sociology of Knowledge, Ideas, and Innovation 3

This course draws on the sociology of science, organizations, networks, and culture to understand how ideas are developed and how they spread.

ENTR 696A Special Topics In Entrepreneurship 1-3

Course may include special topics in entrepreneurship such as the marketing of innovations and early stage technologies, the entrepreneurial dimensions of colleges and universities, intellectual property protection and management, and other potential new topics.

FIN 480 Finance for New Ventures 4

Role of entrepreneurship and innovation in economic growth. Development of new venture idea and assessment of financial requirements and potential.

FIN 536 New Venture Finance 3

Role of entrepreneurship and innovation in economic growth. Development of new venture idea and assessment of financial requirements and potential.

MGMT 534 Industrial Analysis & New Venture Development 3

Value maximization; simulation of value distribution; sources of venture capital; timing of initial public offering; new venture ownership structuring.

MKTG 480 Marketing Research for Entrepreneurs 3

Concepts and techniques of research for marketing decisions with a focus on new ventures and new product development.