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ENTR 300: Survey of Entrepreneurship
Designed for undergraduate students with a curiosity about business and particularly entrepreneurship and small business or not-for-profit organizations. 
Professors: Ennuso, L
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ENTR 430: Family Business Management
Competitive strengths/weaknesses of a family business, dynamics of family interactions within the overlapping family, management and ownership systems. 
Professors: Ofstein, L
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ENTR 454: New Venture Formation
Awareness and realistic understanding of the new venture formation process; role of the entrepreneur in the economy and society; self-evaluation, venture feasibility. 
Professors: Fregetto, E; Koehler, D
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ENTR 464: Entrepreneurial Consulting
Student teams diagnose and recommend solutions to problems and opportunities facing Chicago area entrepreneurs and smaller enterprises. Application of previous coursework. 
Professors: Fregetto, E
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ENTR 499: Independent Study in Entrepreneurship
Independent study of an approved topic in entrepreneurship. Student must prepare a written report under the guidance of the instructor. 
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ENTR 502: Entrepreneurship
Launching new ventures and entrepreneurial companies; components of successful business plans and feasibility studies; perceptual processes of opportunity recognition; entrepreneurial creativity and innovation. Career opportunities. 
Professors: Renko, A
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ENTR 554: Fundamentals of Technology Ventures
Students gain an understanding of regulatory processes, capital markets, business plans and other requirements for creating and launching technology-based new business ventures. 
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ENTR 555: Technology Venture Formation I
Student teams learn about specific emerging technologies, assess their market potential and write business plans to commercialize those technologies. 
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ENTR 556: Technology Venture Formation II
Mentors from the business community guide student teams as they revise business plans, research capital markets, pitch to potential investors and attempt to launch technology-based new ventures conceived in ENTR 555. 
Professors: Shrader, R
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ENTR 559: Entrepreneurial Consulting
Application of principles from management and marketing to entrepreneurial firms. Emphasis on consulting with young and small firms and developing a consulting practice. Assessment, problem-solving, and change facilitation. 
Professors: Shrader, R
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