Experiential Learning in Entrepreneurship (Eagle Works Course)
To continue the ongoing efforts of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the College of Business and throughout the University, the College of Business is offering a three-credit hour course in entrepreneurship. This course will include lectures by faculty and entrepreneurs with topics centered on business models, financials, marketing, and other skills important to successful entrepreneurs. The course includes and requires participation in the “Eagle Works Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition,” a University-wide Innovation & Entrepreneurship competition. The course will be taught by Dr. Brian Nagy.
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You Need a Permit to Register for this Course:
For a College of Business Student:
Students will sign up for an upper-division special topics elective in their respective discipline. It is suggested that students sign up for a 4900 course within their discipline. As this is a special topics elective, students must obtain a permit for the class from their Administrative Associate. Also, sophomore standing is required for course credit in this class.
For a Student outside the College of Business
Students will sign up for an upper-division special topics elective in any discipline within the College of Business. For most students, the Business Management discipline will fit best into their course elective structure (BMGT 4900). As this is a special topics elective, students must obtain a permit for the class from the Administrative Associate in which they are taking the elective. Also, sophomore standing is required for course credit in this class.