Jul 20, 2024  
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ETR 1010 - Entrepreneurship: The Mindset and Skillset (SB)


(3) Credit Hours

This course exposes students to the mindset and skillset needed to think and act entrepreneurially. The value in this knowledge can be applied across industry and job type, including both for-profit and nonprofit organizations, and is beneficial whether or not the student chooses to start an entrepreneurial venture. Topics covered include: the entrepreneurial mindset; historical perspectives on entrepreneurship; sociological and psychological characteristics of the entrepreneur; the nature of opportunity, uncertainty, and innovation; and entrepreneurship as a method vs. a process. Fall and Spring semesters. Differential course fee will be assessed. 
General Education Category: Behavioral and Social Science. 



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