Graduate Course Descriptions

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6408. Seminar in Strategic Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and New Ventures

3.00 credits

Prerequisites: None.

Grading Basis: Graded

Major theoretical and empirical issues in the area of strategic entrepreneurship, innovation, and new ventures. The construction and testing of theory regarding the generation, identification, assessment, and capture of opportunities that support the expansion of existing ventures or formation of new businesses. Includes an overview of the field; generation and identification of entrepreneurial opportunities; entrepreneurial thinking and the associated decisions to explore and exploit; and influences on and processes associated with innovation management and venture creation.

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