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Managing a Growing Venture

(3 0 cr.) - Session(s): Summer | Course Every Year

A study of appropriate growth strategy for an entrepreneurial
venture or emerging business. The course examines the
complexity of the business growth process focusing specifically
on entrepreneurial action, company leadership, experimental
learning, opportunity costs and risk mitigation. Through an
individualized project, students develop a growth strategy that
maximizes the long-term interests of their business. The course
also examines family business transition strategies and managing
entrepreneurial activity. This course is experimental and experiential; students are expected to engage and apply material in a meaningful way. Prerequisite: MBA 627 or permission of the instructor.

Contact Information
141 Johnson Hall
(919) 760-8593