BUS 455 - Small Business Management (3)


This is a field course that allows student teams to develop, with the guidance of the course instructor, an intervention designed to address issues experienced by local small businesses. Potential clients for a student consulting team will be acquired by the faculty who teach in the Entrepreneurship area. Specific projects will be determined jointly by the consulting team and client. Students successfully completing this course will be able to effectively identify and analyze small business situations/issues, draw appropriate conclusions based on their analyses, develop implementation plans, and put the plan in motion. Students will also enhance their planning, writing, communication, and critical reasoning skills.  
Prerequisite: Senior standing or permission


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