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MGMT-382Entrepreneurship and Innovation (3)
Course Level: Undergraduate
Entrepreneurship and Innovation (3) Becoming an entrepreneur aligns every aspect of business from strategy to product development, marketing, finance, accounting, and sales. Students are introduced to the concepts and practices of starting a company. Student teams apply design thinking to develop a product idea and learn to use business model generation and customer development techniques to test and validate their business model through multiple interviews with potential customers, strategic partners, and others. Each set of interviews leads to strategic decisions that guide the teams closer to understanding the potential of their idea to become a sustainable business. Prerequisite: junior or senior standing.