ESP 1 Entrepreneurship in Different Contexts.

Emphasizes the application of entrepreneurial attitudes and behaviors in organizations of all sizes and types. Students explore the underlying nature of entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial process and develop an appreciation for the unique aspects of entrepreneurship depending upon the context within which one is operating. The first course examines the role of creative thinking in coming up with new, entrepreneurial ideas and solving business problems; the second explores the interface between entrepreneurship and a particular functional area; the third is concerned with entrepreneurship in a larger, established organizational context.

1. ESP 311 Entrepreneurial Marketing (3); and

2. ESP 366 Imagination and Entrepreneurship (3); and

3. ESP 469 Entrepreneurship in Complex Organizations (3)

Note: Not open to majors in business.

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