BME I9500 Entrepreneurship and Financial Economics

Technological innovation has led to the development of an extraordinary number of new and emerging growth companies. The purpose of this course is to provide a practical exposure to the methods used, for students of all backgrounds. Strengths upon leaving this course arise from the diverse student interaction and content presented by an instructor with real-world, decision-making experience in all topics covered. Creative problem solvers for economic development and recovery are in high demand, and success will require innovation, not only in new products and services, but in the development of new business models themselves. Class participation and projects using real funds are implemented.



Contact Hours

2 hr./wk.