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Principles of Entrepreneurship ENT 3003 Course Introduction William J. Rossi
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Contact Information Bill Rossi [email protected] Office: 267 Stuzin Hall Hours: Monday and Wednesday 1:00- 2:00 Or, any other time by prior appt. Phone: 273-0334
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Course Website Sakai
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Course Components Readings; lectures Supplementary and complementary – focused on conveying the entrepreneurial approach and a few key life skills Class participation – will take questions in live session; others through e-mail; questions of general interest will be reviewed in class
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Course Overview Readings and Lectures The entrepreneur as an individual Entrepreneurial culture Idea generation and analysis of the feasibility of ideas Business planning Enterprise structure Financing and management issues
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Grading Exam #1: Modules 1 – 25 Jan Exam #2: Modules 2 – 21 Feb Two essays – scheduled in Spring Class Schedule and posted on Calendar
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Grading and Exam Rules Grade averages rounded up Grade break-downs … 94% - A 90% - A- 87% - B+ 84% - B 80% - B- 77% - C+ 74% - C 70% - C- Etc. Remember, there have to be cut-off’s
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Grading and Exam Rules (2) Make-up exams Only very seldom accommodated and only with very legitimate excuse; my permission required Family vacations or other trips for most reasons not a legitimate excuse (you have the exam schedule now so plan these accordingly) Must be pre-scheduled
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