Feb 02, 2023  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2022-2023 Undergraduate Bulletin
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ENTR 127 - Inter-Regional Entrepreneurship Assessment

Semester Hours: 3


Spring

The Inter-Regional Entrepreneurship Assessment course is a full -semester course involving classroom experience and online preparation for a one week-long domestic regional tour in a dynamic entrepreneurial eco-system. Students will work on assessment teams to determine how to develop a specific type of entrepreneurial eco-system locally based on an already existing model in a different part of the U.S.A. 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 research assessment journal where they will document their field observations of the critical factors needed for successful transfer of entrepreneurial initiatives. Student assessments will culminate in written case studies that examine practical solutions for the development of the local entrepreneurship community, including business model innovations, evaluation processes for scaling, socio-economic issues, and policy needs for the focal region.
 

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
ENTR 115 , MGT 101 , Junior class standing (Formerly ENTR 157 - Inter-Regional Entrepreneurship Assessment).  Class is open to non-business majors upon advisement and with permission of the Department Chairperson.





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