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BUS 1000 Introduction to Business

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    Aug 01, 2016
    | Would recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    I recommend this course because it gives you an overview to the world of business. In the course, you will go over the aspects of a business, such as deciding what type of business, the location, the market, a business plan, finances, etc. This course was also great because your final project was to create a business, have a product, and write a business plan.Great knowledge for the future, and can be used in any field, not just business.

    Course highlights:

    The teacher was really insightful, and gave lots of tips based on her own experiences. She was very knowledgeable about the topic, and relayed the information in the textbook in a way that was relevant to us. For example, for every aspect of business, she mentioned the type of job opportunities in this field. She also related it to other types of non-business careers. Of course, the final project was the biggest highlight. My group and I created a product, wrote a business plan, and created and presented a presentation. I learned a lot about how business plays in your everyday life, and how it is helpful to just know all of this stuff even if you decide to do something else beside business.

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    9-11 hours

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    Advice I would give is don't slack off. The course is really packed since it was crammed into a six week course. Don't procrastinate on anything - read the pages of the textbook before class, study for a test as soon as she tells you there is going to be one. Write you papers as soon as possible so that you can ask for help, instead of waiting until the last minute, with no one to help you. Another big thing is DON'T HESITATE TO ASK QUESTIONS!!!

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