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