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Fall 2019
Jul 10, 2020
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STRT 220 - Foundation of Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship empowers people to think, act, and lead in new and creative ways to solve problems in our highly disruptive and innovation-driven world. Regardless of where your career may take you, the skills learned in this course will make you a more valuable contributor and leader for any organization. If a startup is in your future, you will gain the prerequisite knowledge and mindset to develop and lead a new venture of your own. Each week, you will experience fun and creative entrepreneurial thinking challenges through a series of thoughtfully sequenced games, simulations, and facilitated group conversations. You will practice the evidence-based reasoning and decision-making skills required to recognize new opportunities and create better solutions in a complex and rapidly changing global marketplace. Students will also form teams to explore the inner workings behind an innovative product or service company they admire during weekly in-class workshops. You will learn to apply contemporary entrepreneurial theories, frameworks, and tools such as lean startup, design thinking, and competitive analysis to deconstruct the critical components of any business model.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Strategy Department

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This course carries a mutual exclusion with the following courses; you may not enroll in it if you have completed any of the following with a passing grade:
STRT 280

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