EEE370 Introduction to Entrepreneurship & Emerging Enterprises (Fall, Spring)

Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises will answer every entrepreneur’s most pressing question: How do I turn my idea into a business? The course answers this question by taking a high level, international overview of the entrepreneurial path from identifying an opportunity to opening for business. This includes exploring the mindset of relevant stakeholders, such as entrepreneurs, investors, board members, founders, and employees, as well as organizations of all sizes in both the public and private sectors. Moreover, the course equips students with skills to plan, launch, and grow a business.

Course notes: Counts both as Business Elective for Syracuse Management School majors and toward EEE major. Required for SU students in any of the minors in management.

Department: Entrepreneurship & Emerging Enterprises

Location: London

Semesters: Fall, Spring

Credits: 3