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MGT 3850 - Global Entrepreneurship

Credits: 3

Prerequisite(s): Junior Standing

Description: This course focuses on opportunities for starting and developing new ventures in parts of the world outside the U.S. Characteristics that influence entrepreneurship in select countries, whose cultures and income levels are vastly different from one another, are examined, requiring students to compare, contrast, and draw conclusions about new venture opportunities in those countries.  Students will develop a feasibility plan for an international venture opportunity in a selected foreign market. Upon completing this course, students will have a better understanding of the unique elements associated with starting a new venture in a foreign country.

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