BUSA 6090 Principles of Entrepreneurship
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites None
Requirements Must meet RCB upper division course requirements minimum GPA of 2.8 and 45 credit hours. CSP: 1, 2, 6, 7.
Description

The purpose of this course is to familiarize the non-business student with the terminology, key principles, concepts, and methods of contemporary entrepreneurship and supporting business disciplines. The course is not intended to replace more in-depth studies in these disciplines, but rather to jump-start such studies for students with little or no background in business. For practicality, the course is designed around a process-driven perspective of entrepreneurship – 1) discover profitable opportunities, 2) evaluate the viability of an opportunity, 3) develop strategies to exploit an opportunity, and 4) plan for successful execution. This course prepares non-business students to take other available courses at the Robinson College of Business and well as its entrepreneurship courses.

BUSA 7090 Survey of Business Principles for Non-Business Graduate Students
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites None
Description

Cross listed with BUSA 3090. BUSA7090 is designed to familiarize the non-business graduate student quickly with key business principles, concepts and terminology. This is a survey course that touches on key areas of business management including marketing, operations, accounting, finance, strategy, ethics, economics and entrepreneurship. The course is not intended to replace more in-depth studies of each of these business disciplines but rather to jump start such studies. The course is specifically designed for non-business students interested in starting their own entrepreneurial ventures. This course will prepare such students to take additional entrepreneurship courses and to participate in various entrepreneurship activities within the university.