BUS 125 Entrepreneurship

This course is designed to introduce students to the principles and problems of establishing, starting and operating a small business. Attention is paid to the prerequisite skills and attitudes essential to enter small business management as a profession. The business topics covered include type of organization, state and federal legal impingements, management skills and techniques, marketing strategy and policy, financial management, location and facilities planning and employee relations. Topics covered are selected with cognizance to student background, needs and interests. 12 (3 lecture hours)