Students majoring in entrepreneurship gain knowledge of business planning, financing, marketing, management, information technology, and consulting. They learn how to apply this knowledge to new ventures, small enterprises and family businesses in such courses as new venture planning, family business management, entrepreneurial consulting, international entrepreneurship, and social entrepreneurship.
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Entrepreneurship 435 International Entrepreneurship
This course is designed for students interested in starting, joining, or investing in international ventures. It provides students with knowledge useful for the identification and evaluation of international business opportunities as well as building and managing an international venture. It also offers students an opportunity to consult with entrepreneurs in Chicago as they work in the international stage and thus gain first-hand experience on the challenges in internationalization.