BMG 109: Entrepreneurship II: Starting Your Business
In this course, students will experience real-world and hands-on activities needed to start a business. Talking with customers, partners, competitors, and advisors will provide valuable input as students explore the various facets of a business and how they interact to produce a working business model. Students completing this course will be able to answer the question, "Will anyone other than you want your product or service?", and be well-positioned to write a business plan. This title of this course was previously Starting Your Business.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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