SyllabusMGMT 33501SP10

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Course Syllabus – MGMT 335-01 SP10 Tuesday and Thursday 1:00 to 2:15 PM PA 114 Professor John Scorsone [email protected] Office Hours Tuesday/Thursday by appointment. MGMT 335 Small Business Management ( 3.00 credit hours) Description: MGMT335: Small Business Management The problems and opportunities of starting and operating a small business, capital accumulation, adapting technologies to specialized needs, assessing local market opportunities, governmental aids, establishing working relationships with large organizations and problems of growth. 3 sh. Prerequisites: ACCT 202 and ECON 101 and ECON 102 and MGMT 231 and MKTG 240. Case Studies and Homework Assignments Case studies and homework exercises will be assigned for analysis and class discussion to reinforce lectures and reading assignments. If you are inexperienced with the case method, you may need to alter your study habits. A lecture-oriented course may not require you to do intensive preparation for each class period. In such a course, you have the latitude to work through assigned readings and review lecture notes according to your own schedule. However, an assigned case or homework assignment requires conscientious preparation before class. Without it, you will be unable to contribute meaningfully to in-class discussions, a key component of your learning experience and grading metric. Key Aims 1. To enable students to understand the unique opportunities in small business and entrepreneurship in today’s marketplace. 2. To equip the student with the knowledge of proven activities successful people employ in creating, launching, and managing a new venture. The Creation and presentation of an abbreviated business plan is a key student team deliverable. 3. New ventures include launching new businesses as well as new products/ services in established firms. 4. To develop the analytical, written, and presentation skills essential for starting and managing a small business; skills that are also applicable for a successful career in most professional environments. MGMT 335-01 Small Business Management
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2010 for the course HLTH 101 taught by Professor Neenaphilip during the Spring '10 term at Montclair.

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