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180. The Cycle of Cash (2) (F,W,S) The Cycle of Cash course provides the financial tools, skills, and judgment students need to read financial statements and make correct financial decisions for a small business or new venture. This course will also review what it takes to start, aquire or sell a small business.

201R. Entrepreneurship Leadership Practicum (1-2) (Variable) Learn and apply leadership principles, guided by a faculty member, and evaluate leadership experience.

275. Entrepreneurship Leadership Training (1) (F,W,S) Students learn practical steps to leadership in life and business. Achieving a successful life both temporally and spiritually.

283. Small Business Creation (3) (F, W, S) Introduction to small business creation, including: fundamentals of sales and capital. Uses mentors and case studies. Learn traits and practices of entrepreneurs and small business owners, managerial processes used to identify, establish, and operate a new business, and/or purchase an existing business, including elements of business plan modeling. (Prerequisites: ENTR 180 OR concurrent enrollment)

375R. Entrepreneurship Lecture Series (1) (F, W, S) Willes Center sponsors successful entrepreneurs and leaders to BYU-Hawaii Campus to share their experiences and allow students to engage and question these guests.

380. Social Entrepreneurship (3) (F,W,S) An introduction to solutions of some of the world's problems through entrepreneurship, focusing on leadership skills, NGO's innovation, and business management.

383. Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management (3) (F,W,S) 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. (Prerequisites: ENTR 180 OR concurrent enrollment).

385. Applied Entrepreneurship Skills (3) (Variable) This entrepreneurship practicum exposes students from any major to the basic requirements for success as business owners and entrepreneurs by helping them start, run, and shut down a small enterprise. (Prerequisite: Instructor Permission)

390R. Special Topics in Entrepreneurship (1-3) (F,W,S) Special topics in entrepreneurship.

399R. Internship in Entrepreneurship (1-12) (F, W, S) Credit for applied experience in entrepreneurship management. Prior approval must be obtained and coordinated by a faculty member and on-site supervisor.

401R. Leadership Practicum (1) (Variable) Learn and apply leadership principles, guided by a faculty member, and evaluate leadership experience. (Prerequisite: Instructor Permission)

483. Entrepreneurial Management (3) (F,W,S) An intense, fast-paced course designed to help students learn how to make decisions. Students participate in two HBS case studies each week. Develop analytical skills to know if a venture has reasonable prospects, evaluating costs and benefits, and identifying risk, scalability, and when to exit. (Prerequisite: ENTR 283)

495R. Independent Study (1-4) (Variable) An opportunity to pursue subjects otherwise not offered by the department. Instructor's permission required.

499. Cash and Valuation (3) (W,S) The Cash and Valuation course provides the financial tools, skills, and judgment students need to maximize the value of a firm and their equity in it. This course allows students to measure, forecast, and value the free cash flows of their business in order to make better management decisions. (Prerequisite: ENTR 483)