Small Business Management
BAM 418 Small Business Management
3 Semester Units
Small Business Management presents an overview of entrepreneurship, including launching a new venture, managing an ongoing venture, financial planning, taxation, and other topics specific to entrepreneurs. Students will learn the necessary elements to successfully start, run, and manage a small business and be able to apply those concepts and ideas within their business careers, even if they do not choose the entrepreneurial route.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Possess a well-grounded understanding of essential entrepreneurial business principles.
- Develop an understanding of important business issues as they relate to new ventures.
- Identify, appreciate, and assess the knowledge, attitudes, and skills of an entrepreneur.
- Establish a level of confidence in creating a business plan as a tool to assess, create and communicate a business concept.
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