Courses of Study 2017-2018 
    
    Dec 14, 2018  
Courses of Study 2017-2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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AEM 2220 - Foundational Perspectives and Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship


     
Fall, spring. 3 credits. Letter grades only.

R. Karpman.

This course aims to introduce students to foundational theories and contemporary issues pertaining to entrepreneurship. A primary objective of this course is to broaden students’ perspectives on entrepreneurship and the myriad ways that entrepreneurial activity contributes to innovation, economic growth, and society. Students will be introduced to foundational thinking, leading-edge research and key frameworks that address central questions of entrepreneurship. In addition, this course will help students develop a deeper understanding of their own interest in entrepreneurship and how it will help them to advance their careers.

Outcome 1: Differentiate the theory and discipline of entrepreneurship versus the practice of entrepreneurship.

Outcome 2: Articulate the role entrepreneurship plays in society, public policy, and economics.

Outcome 3: Evaluate potential careers offered in the entrepreneurial arena. Demonstrate innovative and creative thinking.



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