Fall, winter, spring, summer (fall and spring weeks 8-14, winter and summer are online). 2 credits. S/U grades only (no audit).
Co-meets with HADM 3135. Undergraduate students must enroll in HADM 3135. Elective.
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This course is intended to add value to the journey of students who have entrepreneurial aspirations. Guest speakers from a variety of backgrounds share their own entrepreneurial stories to highlight the challenges and benefits of entrepreneurship. The course illustrates the importance of the entrepreneurial mind and entrepreneurial thinking for professional career development for both students who plan to pursue a career in corporations or start their own ventures. The objectives of the course are achieved through a combination of networking activities, entrepreneurial pitching activities, alumni interviews, reflective assignments, entrepreneurial career planning assignments, and an entrepreneurial journey project.