ENTRP 1020 Introduction to Entreprenuership 3 Credits

This course is an introduction to entrepreneurship and its many facets. This course covers the key concepts of entrepreneurship, including creativity, innovation and operating an entrepreneurial endeavor. The 4 tracks of venture creation will be covered: commercial, social, scientific and artistic. Entrepreneurial plans will be evaluated as case studies. Business model development, evaluation and implementation will be covered.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

ENTRP 2010 Social Context of Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3 Credits

Students will develop a capacity and ability to appreciate and comprehend the role and context of creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship in society and culture. Students will learn and apply the art and science of creativity and innovation, including sources of creativity, tools and processes for increasing the individual and a teams ability to think creatively and be innovative in ways that address the social realities and moral challenges of our time.
Components: Class
GE: Social Sciences
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: 15 completed credits
Typically Offered:

ENTRP 2030 Accounting & Finance for Entreprenuers 3 Credits

Students will learn basic accounting and finance principles. Particular focus will be given to developing understanding and skills necessary to successful start-up and operation of a new venture. This course will not fulfill Accounting and Finance requirements in the Business, Accounting, Ag Business majors or minors
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

ENTRP 2040 Marketing & Management for Entreprenuers 3 Credits

Students will learn basic marketing and management principles. Particular focus will be given to developing understanding and skills necessary to successful start-up and operation of a new venture. Practical application of concepts to new/small business will be incorporated.This course will not fulfill Marketing or Management requirements in the Business, Accounting, Ag Business majors or minors
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

ENTRP 3050 New Venture Planning: Social, Commercial, Scientific and Artistic Ventures 3 Credits

This course examines the concepts and tools necessary to pursue social, commercial, scientific, and artistic business ventures. Emphasis will be placed on developing the business concept, validation, protection, resource needs and sources, marketing, finance, management, operations, and preparing to launch a new venture. It will include case studies and examples of new ventures in the social, commercial, scientific and artistic areas. The student will develop thier own business plans as a capstone project.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: ENTRP 1020 and ENTRP 2010 and ENTRP 2030 and ENTRP 2040 or ENTRP 1020 and ENTRP 2010 and Business Track
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

ENTRP 3060 New Venture Operations 3 Credits

This course covers the operational aspects of running an entrepreneurial endeavor. The students will take the broad concepts of entrepreneurship and implement them. The course covers how to run actual operations of the entrepreneurial endeavor in a hands-on experiential way. The class is an operations class that teaches how to apply the broader concepts to a new ventures daily operations.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: ENTRP 1020 and ENTRP 2010 and ENTRP 2030 and ENTRP 2040 or ENTRP 1020 and ENTRP 2010 and Business Track
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

ENTRP 4070 Entrepreneurship Field Experience 1-3 Credits

The Field Experience provides students the ability to 1) practice and integrate their entrepreneurship education, 2) select a path most conducive to their future interests, and 3) reflect on the experience and its link to their entrepreneurial education. Students may choose from among field experiences established specifically for Entrepreneurship, preexisting field experiences where a creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship addendum can be added, or students may develop their own approved field experience. All field experiences will include a reflection process throughout the semester that enables students to assess and process both the experience and entrepreneurship in individual, social, cultural, civic and economic contexts.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring/Summer