This course’s educational objective is to develop the entrepreneurial skills of all students, whether they are in art or zoology, and whether they are social or business entrepreneurs. This course teaches “lean entrepreneurship” instead of traditional business planning. It requires no previous knowledge—only great ideas and lots of enthusiasm. This course helps us to find out about ourselves, helps us to understand how others think and react, helps us to practice creative exercises which can open our minds to new possibilities, helps us to understand why some companies are more innovative than others and discusses what might be accomplished in the creative environment.
Entrepreneurial Funding/ Entrepreneurial Forecasting and Planning is a course that applies the theory and methods of finance and economics to the rapidly evolving field of entrepreneurial finance. The course explores how entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and outside investors can rely on academic foundations as a framework to guide decision making. It focuses on value creation as the objective of each strategic and financial choice that an entrepreneur or investor makes. The course explores the influences of risk and uncertainty on new venture success, and presents a comprehensive survey of approaches to venture valuation.

Social Entrepreneurship is a course which examines how entrepreneurs creatively solve social problems. The social entrepreneurship course examines theories of social change and investigates how personality impacts the decision to become a social entrepreneur along with creating a sustainable social enterprise. The Entrepreneurship Strategy will offer cutting-edge concepts by integrating entrepreneurship and strategic management to form this emerging fields. This course also focuses on the concepts behind creating a competitive advantage as well as the factors behind strategic growth of entrepreneurial organizations.