|Spring Term 2013 Entrepreneurship and Finance - 3187 - ECON 425
Prerequisites/Notes: ECON 300 and either ECON 170 or ECON 220
Catalog Description : This course applies microeconomic thinking to the development of entrepreneurial enterprises. Students will work in teams to develop plans for a new enterprise. The course relies heavily on the expertise of invited speakers (including alumni) and the analysis of case studies. Each invited expert will give a guest lecture, lead discussion of a case study, and mentor students in their projects.
Attributes: Social Science Div GER (01cr), BM Social Science (01cr), Advanced Course