Courses in Entrepreneurship
The following list of courses are available in entrepreneurship. For the latest class schedules, visit MyNEVADA.
- ENT 401/601: New Venture Creation
Exploring the process of new venture creation, including opportunity recognition, determining feasibility, planning, securing capital, and team building. Assesses and develops entrepreneurial capacities.
- ENT 402/602: Entrepreneurial Finance
Exploring financial issues facing entrepreneurs, including stages of financing, cash flow, sources of funds, valuation, legal issues, strategic positioning, and exit strategies.
- ENT 403/603: Applied Entrepreneurship
Planning a business venture, including identifying the opportunity and market potentials, analyzing feasibility, articulating business functions, delineating risks and rewards.
- ENT 489/689: Entrepreneurship Internship
Internship with a business firm or organization providing practical experience and exposure to applied entrepreneurship problems.
- ENT 493/693: Special Topics in Entrepreneurship
Study of selected topics in entrepreneurship.