The Jake Jabs Center offers several courses each semester that cover a wide variety of entrepreneurial topics. From developing a marketable idea to creating a business plan to securing capital for your startup, we make sure our students graduate with the skills needed to run a business successfully. View the available ENTP courses below!
IMPORTANT NOTES ABOUT COURSE SCHEDULING: Registering for an entrepreneurship (ENTP) course is a little different than other courses on campus. Make sure to download our registration guide below to ensure that you’re signed up for the courses you want.
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Summer 2019 Graduate Courses:
ENTP 6807 Personal Branding
MTWTh – 6:30-9:00pm
Professors: Jung Park
This course is designed to show students how to create successful personal brand strategies for professional and personal development in both entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial environments. The course work will demonstrate the imperative link between marketing and personal branding through case studies, projects, guest speakers and reading materials. Students will also leave the course knowing how to develop and implement a personal branding plan.
ENTP 6822 Legal and Ethical Issues of Entrepreneurship
Professor: Richard Ferrell
This course addresses the legal issues most frequently encountered by entrepreneurs and others involved in startups and small, closely held or family businesses. The focus is on how to avoid legal problems and how best to cope when they arise. Topics include choice of business form, legal aspects of raising capital, taxation, intellectual property law, employment law, product liability, e-commerce and the problems of managing lawyers and litigation. Note: Cannot receive credit for both BUSN 6540 and this course.