Class Topics Coverage Assignments Textbook Chapter Focus Monday APR 22 YOUR

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Class Topics & Coverage Assignments & Textbook Chapter Focus Monday APR 22 YOUR VENTURE FINAL Oral Presentations & Written Submissions (YV) Feasibility Analysis Study Report Wednesday APR 24 YOUR VENTURE FINAL Oral Presentations & Written Submissions (YV) Feasibility Analysis Study Report Monday APR 29 YOUR VENTURE FINAL Oral Presentations & Written Submissions (YV) Feasibility Analysis Study Report Wednesday MAY 1 YOUR VENTURE FINAL Oral Presentations & Written Submissions (YV) Feasibility Analysis Study Report Monday MAY 6 5:15 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. FINAL EXAM Listed items, assignments, due dates and point value allocations including both in class and outside class individual and team assignments may be changed, deleted, added to and/or substituted as deemed appropriate and necessary by the Instructor and as set out in the syllabus For specific references to university deadlines, drop dates, withdrawals, certifications and holiday schedules, please check with the Office of the Registrar at St. Edward’s University. An online academic calendar of important dates is available from the registrar’s office at: ENTR 3394.01 (Alvarado) Spring Semester 2019 16
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New Venture Creation 010219-A ENTR 3394.01—New Venture Creation Spring 2019 Syllabus (Alvarado) Acknowledgment Receipt & Quiz This is an acknowledgment that the undersigned student enrolled in the above referenced course has received a copy of the course syllabus, which is also posted in Canvas LMS in the appropriate designated location. The undersigned has been given an opportunity to read and review the course syllabus and understands its contents. In the event there is a statement or paragraph that the student does not understand or would like further clarification, it is the student’s responsibility to contact the course Instructor as soon as possible to request clarification and insure complete understanding. The syllabus is the contract between the student and the university through its Instructor. By being enrolled in this course, the student accepts the terms, provisions, conditions and policies set out in the course syllabus. Please note that the syllabus provides that the course class schedule, course assignments, due dates and point allocations are subject to change at the discretion of the Instructor. ______________________________ ________________ ____________________ Student’s Printed Name & Signature SEU ID # Date (Answer all the following 5 questions & return with your acknowledgment at the start of the second day of class & submit via Canvas Assignments ): 1. Write out in full, one of the course learning objectives that addresses ethical considerations. 2. Set out the course policy on late work and make-ups.
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