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2011 - Summer

Hankamer School of Business (BU)

Entrepreneurship (ENT)


ENT 3350
International Entrepreneurship
3350   International Entrepreneurship  (Cross-listed as INB 3350)
Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing and consent of instructor.
   Examines entrepreneurship in other countries by focusing on the unique opportunities and problems associated with the particular country being studied. Comparisons are made between the host country and the United States. General issues related to doing business across national boundaries are included. This course is taught only outside the United States.
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1AClosed0-4N/A17584----- 3Regular
David Allen
Start Date: 05/15/2011; End Date: 06/20/2011
Departmental approval required
Baylor in Caribbean (Costa Rica)
Special meeting dates: May 15-June 20
2AClosed0-19N/A17695----- 3Regular
Leslie Palich
Marlene Reed
Start Date: 05/26/2011; End Date: 06/29/2011
Departmental approval required
European Entrepreneurship Experience
Special meeting dates: May 26-June 29


ENT 4351
Entrepreneurship Euro Union
4351   Entrepreneurship in the European Union
Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.
   A summer study abroad program that covers a broad range of topics that critically affect startup concerns of businesses in the European Union. Primary emphasis is placed on marketing concerns, economic analysis, and business plan preparation for business. Other issues to be investigated include identifying venture opportunities, concept development, market analysis, pricing, budgeting, legal forms of organization, management of the team, and business valuation and dilution. The students will apply this knowledge by preparing a business plan for a business venture -- based on a well-defined concept of the product or service that could develop within their discipline -- and by presenting their final plans to a panel of private equity holders, venture capitalist, bankers, and other entrepreneurship experts. The course is only offered as part of a Baylor study abroad program.
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1AClosed0-18N/A17694----- 3Regular
Leslie Palich
Marlene Reed
Start Date: 05/26/2011; End Date: 06/29/2011
Departmental approval required
European Entrepreneurship Experience
Special meeting dates: May 26-June 29


ENT 4353
Social Ent & Eco Development
4353   Social Entrepreneurship and Economic Development  (Cross-listed as MGT 4353)
   See MGT 4353 for course information.
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1AClosed0-10N/A17587----- 3Regular
Kendall Artz
Start Date: 05/15/2011; End Date: 05/29/2011
Departmental approval required
Social Entrepreneurship in Africa
Special meeting dates: May 15-29


ENT 4380
Microfinance/Eco Dev Africa
4380   Social Entrepreneurship: Microfinance and Economic Development in Africa
Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.
   This course is a summer study abroad program. Students enrolled in the class will visit one of the following three African countries: Kenya, Rwanda, and Ghana. The content of the course examines the use of entrepreneurial skills to craft innovative responses to social problems in Africa. In particular, the ability of microlending practices to stimulate economic activity and alleviate poverty will be studied.
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1AClosed0-10N/A17589----- 3Regular
Colene L. Coldwell
Start Date: 05/15/2011; End Date: 05/29/2011
Departmental approval required
Social Entrepreneurship in Africa
Special meeting dates: May 15-29


ENT 4398
Special Studies in Ent
4398   Special Studies in Entrepreneurship                        
Consent of instructor; not open to pre-business students.
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1AClosed0-5N/A17665----- 3Independent Study
David Allen
Leslie Palich
Start Date: 05/15/2011; End Date: 06/20/2011
Departmental approval required
Baylor in Caribbean (Costa Rica)
Special meeting dates: May 15-June 20


ENT 5V98
Entrepreneurshp Spec Studies
5V98   Special Studies in Entrepreneurship                        
Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.
   Student may register for a maximum credit of six semester hours.
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F1Closed00N/A16285----- 1 - 6Independent Study
STAFF
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 07/06/2011
F2Closed00N/A17209----- 1 - 6Independent Study
STAFF
Start Date: 06/01/2011; End Date: 07/06/2011


ENT 4398
Special Studies in Ent
4398   Special Studies in Entrepreneurship                        
Consent of instructor; not open to pre-business students.
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S1Closed0-1N/A11360----- 3Independent Study
David Allen
Start Date: 07/07/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


ENT 5V98
Entrepreneurshp Spec Studies
5V98   Special Studies in Entrepreneurship                        
Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.
   Student may register for a maximum credit of six semester hours.
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S1Closed00N/A14972----- 1 - 6Independent Study
STAFF
Start Date: 07/07/2011; End Date: 08/10/2011


ENT 3350
International Entrepreneurship
3350   International Entrepreneurship  (Cross-listed as INB 3350)
Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing and consent of instructor.
   Examines entrepreneurship in other countries by focusing on the unique opportunities and problems associated with the particular country being studied. Comparisons are made between the host country and the United States. General issues related to doing business across national boundaries are included. This course is taught only outside the United States.
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1ABClosed0-10N/A17592----- 3Regular
Greg Leman
Start Date: 05/26/2011; End Date: 08/07/2011
Departmental approval required
Baylor in Shanghai - i 5 Program
Special meeting dates: May 26 - August 7


ENT 4352
Tech Entrepreneurship in Asia
4352   Technology Entrepreneurship in Asia
Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.
   The Shanghai Summer Program includes this version of Technology Entrepreneurship wherein the hands-on projects undertaken for companies are within Chinese entities, and the cross-functional teams are also cross-cultural (American and Chinese). The course is structured around the key elements of commercializing technology as in ENT 4340, the technology entrepreneurship class offered on the Baylor campus. After learning the core elements, students explore the differences of how they are applied to the Asian (especially Chinese) context, and the in-class learning is coupled with the opportunity to visit companies in China that are practicing these same elements. This course is designed to prepare the student for technology-based innovation in the global context.
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1ABClosed0-10N/A17593----- 3Regular
Greg Leman
Start Date: 05/26/2011; End Date: 08/07/2011
Departmental approval required
Baylor in Shanghai - i 5 Program
Special meeting dates: May 26 - August 7


ENT 5341
Technology Entrepreneurship
5341   Technology Entrepreneurship
   Technology Entrepreneurship examines the entire technology commercialization process, from concept to market. It is intended to prepare students in business, engineering, and the sciences to understand and participate effectively in the processes required for successful introduction of new technology products in the marketplace.
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1ABClosed0-5N/A17594----- 3Regular
Greg Leman
Start Date: 05/26/2011; End Date: 08/07/2011
Departmental approval required
Baylor in Shanghai - i 5 Program
Special meeting dates: May 26 - August 7


ENT 5V98
Entrepreneurshp Spec Studies
5V98   Special Studies in Entrepreneurship                        
Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.
   Student may register for a maximum credit of six semester hours.
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CRNDaysTimeRoomCreditsActivity
1ABClosed0-5N/A17595----- 1 - 6Independent Study
Greg Leman
Start Date: 05/26/2011; End Date: 08/07/2011
Departmental approval required
Baylor in Shanghai - i 5 Program
Special meeting dates: May 26 - August 7
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