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Course Objective

The course is designed to provide preliminary guidance for entrepreneurs to creating a business plan.

Intended Learning Outcomes

By going through the topics of this course, the learner should be able to:
1. Identify areas for serving the community
2. Conduct basic feasibility study for a product
3. Identify the different parts of a plan for a commercial project, and prepare a brief business plan
4. Identify and use different business tools and methods for developing the business

References

  • Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management, 2/e, Steve Mariotti and Caroline Glackin, 2015, Pearson Education
  • Effective Small Business Management, 10/e, Norman M. Scarborough, 2011, Prentice Hall
  • The Personal MBA: Master the Art of Business, Josh Kaufman, 2012, Portfolio Trade


Schedule and Topics


1-Hours Track - Tuesdays

Week #
Topic
ILO’s
Notes
1
Introduction to Entrepreneurship and small business


2
Recognizing opportunities


3
Class Canceled

Assignment #1 Due
4
Recognizing opportunities


5
Ethics and Social Business

Assignment #2 Due

Midterm Exam #1
6
Creating value

Assignment #3 Due
7

Creating value


8

Creating value


9
NO CLASSES


10
Feasibility study

Assignment #4 Due
Midterm Exam #2
11
Feasibility study


12
The strategy

Assignment #5 Due
13
Business Plan


14
Innovation

Midterm Exam #3
15
E-working









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