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Great Intro to the Subject
Requires Lots of Research
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The course has skills in entrepreneurial behavior, the role of entrepreneurship in society, the conditions necessary for it to evolve, the development of a venture start-up, acquisition or expansion of existing business. The theory and practice of small business management and application of concepts and ideas through writing of a business plan.
1. Problem solving Demonstrate problem-solving abilities that utilize a range of information and communications technologies. 2. Technology skills Demonstrate an ability to use current computing tools and technologies to design and implement a systems component or process that meets requirements. 3. Communications Demonstrate the ability to communicate with a range of groups and individuals to develop a common understanding of the impact of Information Technology solution approaches. 4. Society and technology Demonstrate the ability to analyze ethical, legal, and social impacts of information technologies in a societal and global business environment. 5. Lifelong learning Identify and discuss opportunities for continuing professional development.
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Advice for students:
continuous attendance and research, commitment to practically apply skills learnt in class, timely submission of assignments and term papers