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2013-2014 Course Catalog 
    
2013-2014 Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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28-3514 Critical Analysis of Small Business


Course is limited to junior and senior undergraduates and acts as a companion course to Arts Entrepreneurship I. Course allows students to use various management techniques, skills, and functions. Course provides insight into the inter-relation of those factors and their possible effects of the business by covering many of the problems, situations, and opportunities that face all small business managers and entrepreneurs. Course materials are equally applicable to the arts, retailing, general business, and non-profit organizations. Course uses the case history methodology. All of the cases involve real-life situations in small business management. Each session deals with two case histories and their application to business principles. Class structure includes oral presentations, written assignments, class discussions, team projects, and informal lectures. Graduate students enrolled in this course will be required to engage this course with more rigor and clarity and will perform at the graduate level.

3 Credits
Requirements 24 Enrolled Credit Hour



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