Course Code
WMBA 606
2.25 hours
  • Spring 20
  • Spring 21

Entrepreneurship --- This course is a practical guide to starting a new business, providing students with exposure to every crucial aspect of the entrepreneurship experience. From the initial phase of evaluating a business idea to the actual business launch, students are introduced to the realities of entrepreneurship and misconceptions about it. Useful models and frameworks, complemented by practical advice and guidelines, together provide students with the solid foundation necessary to launch their own businesses while understanding the various risks their startups may face.

Taught By
Jim Price
  • Adjunct Lecturer of Entrepreneurial Studies
Jim Price is a serial entrepreneur, business educator, writer and speaker. For nearly three decades, he has launched and led multiple tech-enabled...