ENT4900 - Capstone Experience: Entrepreneurship (BAS)
3 credits (3 lecture hours)
This final course emphasizes entrepreneurship practices and research. Students will explore the risks and rewards of business ventures through contemporary entrepreneurial theories learned throughout the program. The course culminates in the program level project designed to incorporate theoretical knowledge in to the development of an innovative business plan.
Prerequisites: ENT4124 (with a grade of C or higher); This course should be taken during the last semester of the program, and requires Bachelor's department approval.