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BUS 350

New Venture Creation

New ventures are critical to bringing about societal change as well as driving growth and opportunity in the economy. Venture creation plays a vital role in economic growth because it creates new businesses and expands existing ones, it plays a major role in new job creation and fuels a virtuous cycle of economic development. This course introduces some of the key concepts of the entrepreneurial process and an understanding of the role of key players in the entrepreneurial ecosystem. Students will assess how strategic frameworks can be applied to opportunity assessment and the development of new business models. Students will explore the different stages in new venture creation and the strategies and competencies required to support each stage along with sources of funding. This is a demanding action learning course and students will work in teams on in-class and out-of-class assignments.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
1 course

Spring Semester information

John Clarke

350A: New Venture Creation