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Module 4

Entrepreneurship (2 credits)

Taught by Tim Peoples

This course examines entrepreneurship with a focus on the start-up process for high-growth new ventures. In this context, the unique challenges of starting a firm and managing growth are considered and juxtaposed with running a more established firm. Cases will be used and students may conduct a feasibility analysis of a new venture concept.

Risk Management (2 credits)

Taught by Thomas Eppel

A key challenge for managers is dealing with risk, which means the probabilities related to success of different options. The two types of risk most commonly faced by managers are operational and financial risk. The course considers the different types of risk, ways to assess risk, and develop options to mitigate the impact of risk on the company.

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Immersion Elective (1 credit)

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Please note course offerings and faculty are subject to change.