entrepreneurship Undergraduate Courses

 

 

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This course provides a project based, integrative course that brings together all aspects of business.

Units: 3

Open to all UA graduate students who applied and were accepted into the McGuire New Venture Development Program. ECON 534, known as New Venture Development I, is the first core course of the McGuire New Venture Development Program. 

Units: 3

This course is organized as an introduction to entrepreneurial principles. 

Units: 3

This course will provide students with both academic and real-world knowledge and experience in management consulting. 

Units: 3

Nonprofit Consulting provides students with real-world knowledge and experience in management consulting.

Units: 3

If you've ever thought of founding a tech company—now or in the future—this course will help you do it better.

Units: 3

Principles of Entrepreneurship will provide basic tools and theories in entrepreneurship.

Units: 3

This course provides an overview and applications of strategic planning theories, methods and group processes in different organizational environments.

Units: 3

This lab course will develop an innovation-specific feasibility study or business plan that will be discussed in ENTR 420R/520R

Units: 1

In this course you will focus your business and entrepreneurial skills on contemporary healthcare challenges and opportunities.

Units: 3

Foundations, principles, methods and tools for effective design and management of projects in technology-based organizations.

Units: 3

Persuasion is central to success as an entrepreneur. 

Units: 3

In this course students will learn how one innovates in the medical arena and how you take a concept of potential practical value and make it real. 

Units: 2

Open to all UA students who were accepted into the McGuire New Venture Development Program. The second core course of the McGuire New Venture Development Program includes preparation and presentation of a comprehensive business plan, with the integration of financial, operational and marketing elements.

Units: 4

This course, the summative experience for the Eller Undergraduate program, will explore the concept and avenues of innovation, broadly conceived and its practical counterpart, entrepreneurship, as they connect to competitive advantage for individuals, institutions, even countries, with a particular focus on innovation in a 'wicked problem' domain. 

Units: 3

Open to all UA students who applied and were accepted into the McGuire New Venture Development Program. ENTR 487, known as New Venture Development I, is the first core course of the McGuire New Venture Development Program.

Units: 4

Focusing your business and entrepreneurial skills on social and/or environmental problem solving.

Units: 3

This course will teach the entrepreneurial skills necessary to launch a new tech venture.

Units: 3

An honors thesis is required of all students graduating with honors. 

Units: 3-6

Qualified students working on an individual basis with professors who have agreed to supervise such work.

Units: 1-5

In this course you will focus your business and entrepreneurial skills on contemporary healthcare challenges and opportunities.

Units: 3

Foundations, principles, methods and tools for effective design and management of projects in technology-based organizations.

Units: 3

In this course students will learn how one innovated in the medical arena and how you take a concept of potential practical value and make it real.

Units: 2

Qualified students working on an individual basis with professors who have agreed to supervise such work. 

Units: 1-5

Course may include special topics in entrepreneurship such as the marketing of innovations and early stage technologies, the entrepreneurial dimensions of colleges and universities, intellectual property protection and management and other potential new topics. 

Units: 1-3

Role of entrepreneurship and innovation in economic growth. Development of new venture ideas and assessment of financial requirements and potential. 

Units: 4

Role of entrepreneurship and innovation in economic growth. Development of new venture ideas and assessment of financial requirements and potential. 

Units: 3

This is an interactive course in which students will visit nonprofit organizations throughout Tucson.

Units: 3

Open to all UA graduate students who were accepted into the McGuire New Venture Development Program. The second core course of the McGuire New Venture Development Program includes preparation and presentation of a comprehensive business plan, with the integration of financial, operational and marketing elements. 

Units: 4

Concepts and techniques of research for marketing decisions with a focus on new ventures and new product development. 

Units: 3