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Entrepreneurial Business Planning (formerly: Entrepreneurship)
J.D. Course 149 | 1.5 credit hours
This course comprehensively covers all activities required for the formation of new enterprises and certain aspects of managing growing organizations. It considers the new venture creation process: business idea generation and evaluation, resource acquisition, customer identification and selling, developing a business plan, organization building, networking, and the technical issues entrepreneurs face in tax, legal, and accounting areas. The course includes case studies and discussion, in-class exercises, readings, guest speakers, and developing and presenting a business plan. Attendance and class participation are considered in the determination of final grades.
Enrolled and waitlisted students must attend the first class in order to be enrolled.
This course is cross-listed with the Business School. Students will receive 1.5 credits for this course. Note: This course meets on the main campus at Georgetown University McDonough School of Business and follows the Business School's academic calendar. Business School courses begin Monday, August 30, 2010. The first meeting of this course will be Wednesday, September 1, 2010. The last class will be held on Wednesday, October 13, 2010. Be aware this course runs on a different calendar during weeks where there is a holiday. Please take this into consideration when creating your schedule so that you have flexibility to attend the class on a different day, but at the same time. For the location of the course or the Business School’s academic calendar, please contact the Business School’s Student Services Office at (202) 687-7638. Law Center students may register only through the Law Center's registration system.