Business Entrepreneurship 450:

Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship (4.0 units)

Starting and managing one's own business: developing a viable concept, organizing the enterprise, market and financial planning, and controlling the organization. (Duplicates credit in BAEP 310, BAEP 423, BAEP 451, BUAD 301)
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