ECDV 300 - Creativity and Innovation in Small Business

This course provides students with a broad understanding of entrepreneurship and its role in economic and social development. Entrepreneurship is approached as a way of thinking and acting, emphasizing creativity, innovation, and thoughtful risk-taking that can be useful in any organizational context. Students will integrate and apply concepts from the core areas of business with their social, technological, and political context to identify and evaluate entrepreneurial opportunities, and prepare a viable business plan to engage in sustainable, local, and consent based business activities.
Prerequisites: ACCT222+LEAD292+MKTG231

ECDV 300
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