IB 320 - Introduction to Global Entrepreneurship
 
(3 cr.) This course introduces students to the major topics in global entrepreneurship, including: 1) the critical roles of national governments, multilateral institutions, and international agreements in shaping the rules and conditions that frame global opportunities and challenges; 2) the role of international entrepreneurship in this complex global environment; and 3) issues concerning how to identify opportunities, build a start-up, manage its growth and resources in a global environment. The course introduces some basic skills, such as country risk analysis, business model building and valuation of an international business opportunity. The course is taught by lecture, case analysis and experiential projects. Prerequisite: IB 201; Every Year, Fall and Spring
 
Sessions

Fall 2014   |   Spring 2015