Intro to Entrepreneurship I
- Introduction to Entrepreneurship I
- Code: BUS110
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- Software: A word processing program
- Prerequisite: None
- Related Courses: See course index at left
Do you have what it takes to start a new business? Do you have the idea for the next big business but need the tools to get it started?
In Part I of this Introduction to Entrepreneurship class, you'll master the basics of planning and launching a business of your own.
Whether you're interested in creating a money-making business or a nonprofit to help others, this course will give you the core skills you need to become successful.
You'll learn about:
- Entrepreneurs and inventors, including real-life teen entrepreneurs
- Characteristics of successful entrepreneurs
- Pros and cons of self-employment
- The ways core economic concepts relate to small businesses
- Fields of business activity
- Generating business ideas
- Business plans and creating a mission and vision for your company
- The factors of business success and failure
- Attracting investors
- Managing expenses
- Promoting and marketing your company
- Core business concepts, such as economic systems, competition, production, the global economy, and more!