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BUS - 405
Venture Management

(3 cr.) - Session(s): Spring | Course Offered Every Year

A course for the management of entrepreneurial operations, networks, and systems. This course examines how entrepreneurs effectively develop human resource strategies and control processes for emerging businesses. Entrepreneurs need to develop basic systems and processes for their businesses and interact with external networks. Entrepreneurs often experience legal issues relative to the launch and growth of their ventures. Students learn to apply these legal issues to new and growing ventures and explore long-term goals and decision-making. In addition, family business development, mergers and acquisitions, and succession planning are components of the course. The course is exploratory and experiential where students must engage in an individualized business development process in a meaningful way. Prerequisites: BUS 306


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