Course Number (BUS5808)
This course introduces basic entrepreneurial business concepts and how these concepts are interconnected in determining the initial feasibility of an undeveloped original business idea. It illustrates the search for the unknowns that most new business ventures face. This course is intended as an introduction to the study of fundamental business factors and practices essential to the construction of a simple business model. This simplified business model may serve in the future as the foundation from which a more rigorous comprehensive and intricate formal business plan is written. This introductory course is intended for both business and non-business students seeking to learn about the rudiments of the formation of a business.
For hours and additional course requirements visit: http://ocewd.org/entrepreneurship_intro/
Notes: This is an Online hybrid Synchronous class requiring students to attend ZOOM classes at designated times and day as well as engage in self paced learning. Homework will also be required to be completed and submitted.
The student will need internet access and a computer with both video and audio capabilities.
Informational video : https://spark.adobe.com/video/ztZbu42dTIhs4
10th grade reading level recommended.
- Identify entrepreneurial business opportunities.
- Apply current entrepreneurship terms and concepts in the construction of a business model canvas.
- Determine entrepreneurship resources and practices applicable to a new business venture