BMG 101: Entrepreneurship I: Finding Your Opportunity
This course is intended for those who have aspirations of creating business opportunities from scratch whether they are an inventor, artist, employee, manager, or entrepreneur. Students assess their skills, attitudes, and behaviors related to entrepreneurial and innovative mindsets. Concepts and exercises focus on practical and repeatable processes and applications that identify unmet customer needs in order to generate ideas that become an innovation of value. The title of this course was previously The Business of Your Career.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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