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...the role of entrepreneurship in the economy and the attributes of entrepreneurial behavior. Students will...

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...and PAPP 5354 NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP but all other courses are required. The...

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MARK 5335. RETAILING, FRANCHISING, AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP. 3 Hours.

Course offers exposure to elements of retail management, franchising, and entrepreneurship, including planning, promotion, pricing, and merchandising. Prerequisite: MARK 5311.

MANA 5339. ENTREPRENEURSHIP. 3 Hours.

New venture opportunity assessment, formation, and development in startup and corporate environments. Students will understand the role of entrepreneurship in the economy and the attributes of entrepreneurial behavior. Students will learn how to assess the market and financial feasibility of a new venture as well as understand how to use equity and debt financing, how to select between starting up, franchising, or buying a business, how to lead the growing company, and how to address family business dilemmas. The cornerstone of the course will be a feasibility assessment project that leads to a business plan for a new venture of the student's choice. For the project, students can explore either an original new venture idea, an already existing venture concept (for example, a franchise), or a new business opportunity in need of assessment for an existing firm or their current employer.

MANA 3325. ENTREPRENEURSHIP: THE NEW VENTURE CREATION PROCESS. 3 Hours.

This course provides an introduction to the principles of entrepreneurship. Topics include the role of the entrepreneur, self-analysis of entrepreneurship readiness, opportunity recognition, market research and product development activities, legal issues, sources of capital, budgeting, and cash flow. Upon completion, students should have an understanding of the entrepreneurial process and issues faced by entrepreneurs. Prerequisite: 60 credit hours.

MANA 4338. DIRECTED STUDIES IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP. 3 Hours.

The subject matter of this course will vary from semester to semester, but will not duplicate existing entrepreneurship courses. Prerequisite: MANA 3325 or with permission of the instructor.

MANA 4339. PITCHING THE ENTREPRENEURIAL IDEA. 3 Hours.

The course is designed to assist students in developing high quality business ideas, plans and pitches. The course also seeks to provide students with the resources, not only to develop comprehensive, complete and concise business strategies, but to assist students in actually launching their new businesses. Students are expected to participate in the Maverick Entrepreneurship Program and Award (MavPitch) and to compete for a share of cash prizes when offered. Prerequisite: MANA 3325 or with permission of the instructor.

IE 4339. PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT, PRODUCIBILITY AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP. 3 Hours.

This course covers the product and process development and engineering design process with focus on entrepreneurship; design disciplines, design for manufacturing, reliability design, testing, and product support considerations are emphasized. Prerequisite: Accepted in an UTA engineering professional program.

PAPP 5354. NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP. 3 Hours.

This course prepares students to be entrepreneurs, innovators and change leaders by using social entrepreneurship perspective to examine leadership and management practices of nonprofit organizations. Through hands-on experiential training, developing skills in needs assessment, and formulating interventions for social change, students develop a blueprint of a nonprofit organization that takes an innovative approach for sustainable solutions of social problems.

PAPP 5356. ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN PUBLIC AND NON-PROFIT MANAGEMENT. 3 Hours.

Public and non-profit entrepreneurship involves the use of public powers, and partnerships with individuals, firms and other organizations, to achieve public purposes. The focus will be on creative management techniques and methods employed in managing the public and non-profit sectors.

ENGR 4302. ENGINEERING ENTREPRENEURSHIP. 3 Hours.

Topics include special problems of newly formed firms, planning, start-up business considerations, business strategy, management basics, and business plan design. Students will engage in business and entrepreneurship training and discussion, become aware of basic business operations, and learn about inventions, intellectual property, and the patenting process. Other topics include assessment of possible markets, venture feasibility, teambuilding, and leadership. Opportunities in university environments will be discussed including incubation centers and patent licensing. We address legal issues, Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) proposal design, SBIR funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), National Institutes of Health (NIH), and others. Additional topics include the proposal review process, grant reporting, local high-tech business accelerators, angel-group funding, venture plans, and venture capital. Classes will feature lectures from engineering and business faculty as well as presentations by successful entrepreneurs. Course taught as EE 4302, ENGR 4302 and ENGR 5302; credit will be granted only once. Prerequisite: Student must be in an engineering professional program.

EE 4302. ENGINEERING ENTREPRENEURSHIP. 3 Hours.

Topics include special problems of newly formed firms, planning, start-up business considerations, business strategy, management basics, and business plan design. Students will engage in business and entrepreneurship training and discussion, become aware of basic business operations, and learn about inventions, intellectual property, and the patenting process. Other topics include assessment of possible markets, venture feasibility, teambuilding, and leadership. Opportunities in university environments will be discussed including incubation centers and patent licensing. We address legal issues, Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) proposal design, SBIR funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), National Institutes of Health (NIH), and others. Additional topics include the proposal review process, grant reporting, local high-tech business accelerators, angel-group funding, venture plans, and venture capital. Classes will feature lectures from engineering and business faculty as well as presentations by successful entrepreneurs. Course taught as EE 4302, ENGR 4302 and ENGR 5302; credit will be granted only once. Prerequisite: Student must be in an engineering professional program.

ENGR 5302. ENGINEERING ENTREPRENEURSHIP. 3 Hours.

Topics include special problems of newly formed firms, planning, start-up business considerations, business strategy, management basics, and business plan design. Students will engage in business and entrepreneurship training and discussion, become aware of basic business operations, and learn about inventions, intellectual property, and the patenting process. Other topics include assessment of possible markets, venture feasibility, teambuilding, and leadership. Opportunities in university environments will be discussed including incubation centers and patent licensing. We address legal issues, Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) proposal design, SBIR funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), National Institutes of Health (NIH), and others. Additional topics include the proposal review process, grant reporting, local high-tech business accelerators, angel-group funding, venture plans, and venture capital. Classes will feature lectures from engineering and business faculty as well as presentations by successful entrepreneurs.

ART 4382. ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE ARTS. 3 Hours.

Students will apply creativity, imagination, and innovation as they explore opportunities for entrepreneurship in the arts. Prerequisite: Student must have completed 60 credit hours or have the permission of the instructor.

MANA 4345. SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP. 3 Hours.

Social entrepreneurship has its roots in the broader field of entrepreneurship, but differs in the fact that social entrepreneurs have a primary goal of creating social impact rather than personal or shareholder wealth. This course is intended for students from any discipline who have an interest in making a difference in communities locally and throughout the world. The course will introduce entrepreneurial concepts including social enterprise, impact investing/SROI, social marketing/movements, behavioral economics, strategic CSR practices and legal formation. This course includes a self-directed project to address a societal problem using the disciplines taught in class. Prerequisite: 60 credit hours.

MANA 5345. SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP. 3 Hours.

Social entrepreneurship has its roots in the broader field of entrepreneurship, but differs in the fact that social entrepreneurs have a primary goal of creating social impact rather than personal or shareholder wealth. This course is intended for students from any discipline who have an interest in making a difference in communities locally and throughout the world. The course will introduce entrepreneurial concepts including social enterprise, impact investing/SROI, social marketing/movements, behavioral economics, strategic CSR practices and legal formation. This course includes a self-directed project to address a societal problem using the disciplines taught in class.

ART 5322. ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN ARTS MANAGEMENT AND ARTS BRANDING. 3 Hours.

Entrepreneurship in Arts Management and Arts Branding will offer students the opportunity to create, imagine, develop and implement individualized and collaborative entrepreneurial strategies that will strengthen their potential for success in their careers.

EMBA 5310. COMPETITIVE STRATEGY, INTRAPRENEURIAL AND ENTREPRENEURIAL. 3 Hours.

This course broadens student perspectives on strategy and competitive advantage. Strategic vision is developed for mature businesses and entrepreneurial startups. Conceptual tools associated with industry dynamics and the assessment of core competencies are presented. Students learn how to evaluate key competitors to formulate and implement winning strategies.