Entrepreneurship and Business Plans
Course Code: ENT2112
Credit Hours: 3
Effective beginning: Spring 2021
Course Description:This course provides real world knowledge involving entrepreneurial experiences. Students will identify entrepreneurial career paths and identify challenges and solutions in the entrepreneurial workplace. Also the students will be responsible for completing a business plan and will present this plan to a panel.
Required textbooks/ course materials:
No textbook required
The following topics will be covered in this course at the discretion of the instructor:
- Entrepreneurship Now: Change is the only Constant
- Economics: The Framework for Business
- The World Marketplace: Business without Borders
- Business Ethics and Social Responsibility: Doing Well by Doing Good
- Business Communication: Creating and Delivering Messages that Matter
- Business Formation: Choosing the Form that Fits
- Small Business and Entrepreneurship: Economic Rocket Fuel
- Entrepreneurship Accounting: Decision Making by the Numbers
- Finance: Acquiring and Using Funds to Maximize Value
- Financial Markets: Allocating Financial Resources
- Entrepreneurship Marketing: Building Profitable Customer Connections
- Product and Promotion: Creating and Communicating Value
- Distribution and Pricing: Right Product, Right Person, Right Place, Right Price
- Management, Motivation, and Leadership: Bringing Business to Life
- Human Resource Management: Building a Top-Quality Workforce
- Management Information and Technology: Finding New Ways to Learn and Link
- Entrepreneurship Operations Management: Putting It All Together
Discipline-level learning outcomes:
Associates degree in Business Administration Learning Outcomes:
B-1 Demonstrate knowledge of the principles, practices and supervisory responsibilities of management, and ethical and legal issues in a business environment.
B-2 Apply general business workplace competencies, including employability skills and office computer skills.
B-3 Understand business concepts, such as accounting, HR, marketing and organization.
B-4 Communicate effectively in oral and written form, exhibit college level computation and problem-solving skills, and interact appropriately with people of other cultures or backgrounds.
|Course-level student learning outcomes||Discipline-level learning outcomes||Assessment methods|
Synthesize the dynamic business environment of taking risks and making profits.
Appraise how economics affects businesses. The creation and distribution of wealth will be discussed.
Critique competing in global markets.
Estimate different business organization structures, such as corporations, partnerships and sole proprietorships.
Validate pertinent steps with starting and operating a small business.
Formulate pertinent considerations of management, leadership and employee empowerment.
Select pertinent human resources functions: To include, motivating employees to produce quality goods and services.
Support marketing practices: Such as, developing customer-oriented marketing plans and implementing them.
|Tests, Quizzes, Homework|
- Attend and participate in class regularly.
- Read all assigned material before class.
- Study in-class notes and online (Canvas) materials.
- Complete assigned projects in a timely manner to enable reflections and revisions on the final product.
- Participate in discussions.
- Demonstrate your mastery of the required skills on quizzes, exams, etc.
- Complete all assignments with promptness and accuracy.
- All written documents as well as online assignments must be completed using correct grammar, spelling, and structure.
The grading breakdown is subject to change at the discretion of the instructor:
Quizzes, up to 40%
Test (includes midterm and final), up to 60%
Assignments, Projects and/or Labs, up to 40%
Participation, up to 20%
College-wide policies and resources
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