(ENTR 383) Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
This course is for non-business students to develop their entrepreneurial skills to start a small business. Students will learn the range of activities from identifying opportunities to operating the business.
|Credit Hours||3.0 Lecture|
|Pre or corequisites||ENTR 180|
|Offered||Fall, Winter, Spring|
The course’s learning goals and outcomes directly connect to the learning outcomes provided by BYU-Hawaii’s Willes Center for International Entrepreneurship (for more information see the section below titled: ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM). If you successfully complete this course, you should be able to:
- “Learn how to learn” in an entrepreneurial environment.
- Enhance managerial and decision-making skills.
- Strengthen interpersonal skills, including team-building and leadership.
- Increase the overall commitment to integrity and ethical conduct in all professional pursuits.
- Develop a plan and commitment to live a life of meaning in an entrepreneurial environment.