ENTR 126 - International Entrepreneurial Consulting
Semester Hours: 3
The International Entrepreneurial Consulting course is a full-semester course involving classroom experience and preparation for a one week-long study abroad experience in a global economy. Students will work on consultant teams to learn about and assist local, emerging entrepreneurs in financial technology and other sectors to develop practical solutions to business programs (including marketing, production, financial, accounting, and/or human resource deliverables). Students will experience the cultural context in which these entrepreneurs live and work and become acquainted with the distinct challenges that these entrepreneurs face. Students will maintain a journal where they will critically reflect on their observations of the entrepreneurial journey for a start-up in a global economy and their personal contributions to the project.
ENTR 115 , MGT 101 , Junior class standing (Formerly ENTR 157 - International Entrepreneurial Consulting). Class is open to non-business majors upon advisement and with permission of the Department Chairperson.
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