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2012 - Spring

Hankamer School of Business (BU)

Entrepreneurship (ENT)


ENT 3315
Starting/Managing a Bus
3315   Starting and Managing a Business  
Prerequisite(s): Sophomore or upper-level standing.                          
   An introductory course for students other than entrepreneurship majors. The course, which is designed around the business plan, examines how to formulate business ideas, select a location, select a legal form of organization, locate financing sources, assess the market, develop a human resource management system, and establish budgets for control.
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01Open361N/A13107MWF1010AM - 1100AMCASHN 3113Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
02Closed36-1N/A21726MWF1115AM - 1205PMCASHN 3113Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
03Open361N/A26923MWF1220PM - 0110PMCASHN 3113Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENT 3320
Entrepreneurial Process
3320   Entrepreneurial Process                                          
Prerequisite(s): FIN 3310 (may be taken concurrently) and MKT 3305 (may be taken concurrently).
   An introductory course in entrepreneurship designed to explore the development of innovative thinking and venture exploration which would ultimately lead to a new venture. Topics covered include: Developing an innovative perspective as well as identifying and testing venture concepts. Topics are introduced through the use of creative exercises, team projects, concept identification journals, discussion of entrepreneurship cases, and a business venture startup game.
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01Closed350N/A13118TR0930AM - 1045AMCASHN 3083Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
02Closed35-1N/A21727TR1100AM - 1215PMCASHN 3083Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENT 4310
Entrepreneurial Finance
4310   Entrepreneurial Finance  (Cross-listed as FIN 4310)
   See FIN 4310 for course information.
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01Closed5-5N/A15378MW0200PM - 0315PMCASHN 4073Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
02Closed22-6N/A21729MW0200PM - 0315PMCASHN 1093Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENT 4320
Managing the Family Bus
4320   Managing the Family Business                                
Not open to pre-business students.
   Explores the unique personal and interpersonal issues, as well as the business issues, associated with the family-owned and managed firm. Topics evaluated in the course include the competitive strengths and weaknesses of a family firm; the dynamics of family interactions and the family business culture; conflict resolutions; estate planning; and planning for succession.
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01Closed300N/A13125TR0930AM - 1045AMCASHN 1093Regular
View BooksBill WorthingtonGet Books
Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENT 4325
Entrepreneurial Business Plan
4325   Entrepreneurial Business Plan                              
Prerequisite(s): ENT 3320 or consent of the instructor; and credit or concurrent enrollment in ENT 4310; not open to pre-business students.
   This class is a practicum in which the student will prepare a written business plan for an actual venture, business or nonprofit, which he/she plans to implement in the future. It will be very helpful if the student enters the course with the idea for this venture. Typed drafts of the plan and oral presentations of various sections will be submitted and presented during the course. Individuals from the business and/or nonprofit sectors will be involved in providing constructive criticism throughout the process.
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01Closed20-2N/A13128TR0200PM - 0315PMHSB 1023Practicum
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
02Open202N/A20201TR0330PM - 0445PMHSB 1023Practicum
View BooksRay BagbyGet Books
Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENT 4330
Initiate/Sustain Innovation
4330   Corporate Entrepreneurship: Initiating and Sustaining Innovation              
Prerequisite(s): Upper-level standing; not open to pre-business students.
   The initial modules of the course explore the nature of innovation--its drivers, patterns and impacts on society and organizations of all sizes and missions. A core aim is delivering tools for recognizing breakthrough-level innovation opportunities and then practicing their use by inventing needed solutions. Subsequent modules focus on the use of these tools and processes in a larger organizational context where selecting the best innovation target is critical, and where stagnation and inertia tend to pull the firm away from the leading edge over time. The goals of the course include demonstrated skills needed for creating and implementing sustained, innovation-driven growth in corporate settings.
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01Cancelled00N/A13130----- 3Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENT 4340
Technology Entrepreneurship
4340   Technology Entrepreneurship  (Cross-listed as MGT 4340)
Prerequisite(s): Senior standing.
   Business based on patentable technologies display different business models and characteristics from those of non-technical, mainstream businesses. Understanding these distinctions is critical to technology commercialization. Technology Entrepreneurship examines the entire technology commercialization process, from concept to market. It is intended to provide students in business, engineering, and the sciences with the knowledge needed to participate effectively in the processes required for the successful introduction of new technology products in the marketplace.
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01Closed00N/A21731----- 3Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
02Open254N/A27862T0300PM - 0600PMCASHN 3033Regular
TR0200PM - 0250PMCASHN 303
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


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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01Closed18-3N/A21733TR1100AM - 1215PMCASHN 1093Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
02Closed18-1N/A21735TR1230PM - 0145PMCASHN 1093Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENT 4395
Entrepreneurship Internship
4395   Entrepreneurship Internship
Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor; not open to pre-business students.
   Supervised work by a manager in a firm involved in entrepreneurship. Application and requirements for the entrepreneurship internship are available from the chair of the management and entrepreneurship department.
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80Closed0-4N/A27808----- 3Practicum
View BooksRay BagbyGet Books
Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENT 4398
Special Studies in Ent
4398   Special Studies in Entrepreneurship                        
Consent of instructor; not open to pre-business students.
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01Closed0-12N/A13132TR0330PM - 0445PMCASHN 1033Independent Study
View BooksLeslie PalichGet Books
Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
02Closed0-1N/A13133----- 3Independent Study
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
03Closed0-1N/A28406----- 3Independent Study
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENT 5329
Entrepreneurial Finance
5329   Entrepreneurial Finance  (Cross-listed as FIN 5329)
   This course examines the entrepreneurial venture process that begins with identifying an opportunity and ends with "harvesting" the value created. Much of the course is viewed from a financial perspective. The course is divided into four sections: 1) how to recognize and evaluate a venture opportunity, 2) how to secure the needed financial resource, 3) how to capture the opportunity, and 4) how to unlock the economic value created by the venture. The course relies on both "live" cases in which the entrepreneur visits the class when the case is analyzed and Harvard Business School cases.
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01Closed5-2N/A21736MW0200PM - 0315PMCASHN 4073Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


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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01Closed00N/A21738----- 3Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
02Open1514N/A27863T0300PM - 0600PMCASHN 3033Regular
TR0200PM - 0250PMCASHN 303
View BooksGreg LemanGet Books
Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENT 5342
Initiating Sustaining Innovatn
5342   Corporate Entrepreneurship: Initiating and Sustaining Innovation
   Exploration of the nature of innovation -- its drivers, patterns, and impacts on society and organizations of all sizes and missions. Use of tools and processes in a larger organizational context where selecting the best innovation target is critical.
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01Cancelled00N/A20213----- 3Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENT 5V98
G51 Venture Capital Practicum
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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01Closed00N/A16610----- 1 - 6Independent Study
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENT 5V98
Social Entrepreneurshp
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02Closed00N/A16611----- 1 - 6Independent Study
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ENT 5V98
Social Ent & Economic Develop.
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03Closed0-2N/A28140----- 1 - 6Independent Study
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
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