Entrepreneurship WID Class: Fall 2014
MGT 4102W: Entrepreneurship
Have you ever wanted to start your own venture? The Entrepreneurship course at the School of Business can help you develop your ideas or generate new ideas and turn them into viable business plans. The course addresses all the key questions you will ask in the process of setting up your venture: Is the idea feasible? Is this the best business model? How do I put together a great team to take it to market? How do I market my idea? How do I write a business plan? How do I fund my venture? The course uses methodologies (cases, interviews with entrepreneurs, interviews with investors) that encourage practical learning allowing students to develop skills that are directly applicable in real world scenario. Students are encouraged to consult with their GWSB advisor to see if this course will fulfill any degree requirements.