ENTR 250. Lgl Landscape Entrepreneurship. (3 Credits)
provides students with the opportunity to learn and understand the legal landscape of protecting and advancing innovation and startup ventures. It covers an array of important issues that every emerging entrepreneur should know. Students will learn which corporate ownership structure best suits their needs, how and when to engage in the patent filing process to protect intellectual property, and fiduciary responsibilities for startup. 3 credits.
Offered at: OL
ENTR 290. Social Entrepreneurship. (3 Credits)
focuses within a Christian context to identify and address social and global challenges. Students will apply innovation, creativity, critical thinking, and risk-taking to solve various challenges from an entrepreneurial perspective. Business skills such as planning, opportunity analysis, financial management, forecasting, and resourcefulness are critical elements of this course. 3 credits.
Offered at: CUW
ENTR 310. Financing New Companies: Debt, Venture Capital, M&A, IPO. (3 Credits)
ENTR 362. Planning New Ventures. (3 Credits)
presents students interested in starting their own business or non-profit enterprise an opportunity to learn how to write and present a business plan, include market analysis, financial projections, and operating plan. 3 credits.
Offered at: CUW
ENTR 390. Entrepreneurship Practicum. (3 Credits)
is an action-based learning module where students of all disciplines collaborate to work on entrepreneurial endeavors. Whether working to launch their own startup ventures or assisting existing startups reach into new and emerging markets, this course seeks to empower students to innovate, problem-solve, and adapt as they navigate the startup landscape. Entrepreneurship is both a mindset and a process. This course will cultivate, inspire, and draw out creative and innovative student skills. Students take a holistic approach to problem solving - immersing in their target market, and working individually or in a team to formulate and advance their idea. Grades will not be determined by whether or not a student launches a startup, but by the learning, problem solving, and collaboration that takes place. 3 credits.
Offered at: CUAA, CUW