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Minor in Entrepreneurship

Minor in Entrepreneurship

US Credits

UK Credits

  • MGT 3200 Foundations of Business

    An introductory survey course designed to introduce students to the principles and functions of a business. The various functional areas of business will be discussed, including economic systems, small business, management, human relations, marketing, accounting and finance. The course will also review the role of businesses in society and business ethics.

3 12
  • MGT 3210 World of Entrepreneurship

    The course is designed to help students explore the 鈥榓spirational journey鈥 of entrepreneurship - its history, present and future. Students will get the opportunity to understand how the discipline of entrepreneurship started, what constitutes its eco-system and why it has become the focus of advanced, emerging and developing countries simultaneously. Students will learn about the Merchant-Capitalists of the eighteenth century up to and beyond the iconic global brands which were founded during the 2008 global recession. Students will explore the reasons behind the successes and failures of businesses like Segway, Amazon, Spotify and Toyota. They will also read the lives of inspiring leaders and legendary entrepreneurs like Jack Ma, Jeff Bezos and Michael Dell who crafted the world of entrepreneurship. At the end of the course, students will be able to decipher themselves whether they wish to take the path of those who made a real difference in the world.

3 12
  • MGT 4100 Introduction to Management

    This course is designed to provide a foundation of knowledge on the subject of management. We discuss the functions, tasks and responsibilities of managers. The assignments, projects, and exercises are designed to, in addition to providing a deeper understanding of what management is, challenge students to hone their teamwork and business communication skills.

3 12
  • ENT 5200 Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice

    This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of enterprise at the individual, firm and societal level of inquiry. The Course will enable students to understand theories of entrepreneurial behaviour, innovation and wider societal issues and enable them to relate such theories to practice. They will also simulate an understanding of the behaviours of an entrepreneur placed within the dynamic of business. The purpose is to enable students to be aware of the importance of enterprise in the economy.

3 12
plus THREE Level 5 / 6 with ACC prefix Minimum of 6 Minimum of 24
Minor Requirements 18 72