BUS 217 - Entrepreneurship Workshops3
Course Description: Students are expected to have a business they are currently developing. This course should be taken in tandem with BUS 211, BUS 216, or BUS 218. This course is geared toward actively engaging in the entrepreneurial process by attending workshops, events, and entrepreneurial activities which prepare an entrepreneur in setting up systems necessary to operate their business. The primary purpose is to utilize tools and practices within their industry, which support the launch or growth of a business. Students must take a minimum of 50 hours of workshops from a list of agreed upon courses available through MCC’s Continuing Education department or make other arrangements for outside workshops with the Entrepreneurship Coordinator as deemed necessary. Students will receive credit for this course after assessment of deliverables created during workshops.
Prerequisite(s): Completion of or concurrent enrollment in BUS 211
Note(s): This is a shell class for credit for prior learning. Students will not register for this but rather register for individual workshops at their cost. Open to students enrolled in the Launch Your Business certificate only.
Course Student Learning Outcomes:
- Evaluate general tools and practices for operating a business
- Assess tools and practices for a business launch or business growth in a specific industry
- Design systems specific to a business industry that will benefit launch or growth of a business
- Implement operational systems during a business launch or growth of business
- Validate systems and record impact of systems on business
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