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Finance & Entrepreneurship

Finance & Entrepreneurship

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The more practically focused it is, the better it sells. By understanding business and commerce, you'll flourish in the corporations and enterprises in your professional life. Exploring entrepreneurship unleashes the creativity, initiative, and start-up mindset that will make you the great engineer of the future.

GenEd Requirement Abbreviations

SS - Social & Behavioral Sciences
HUM - Humanities & The Arts
WCC - Western/Comparitive Cultures

NW - Non-Western Cultures
US - US Minority Cultures
LibEd - Liberal Education


All courses listed can be used for Free Electives.
Outstanding instructors are from the List of Teachers Ranked As Excellent.

Course # Course Name Instructor Satisfies Hours
BADM 199

Business as a Force in American Society

Honors Course. Others may enroll with the permission of the instructor and the Campus Honors Program provided there isspace available before classes begin.

STUDENT RECOMMENDED COURSE

STUDENT RECOMMENDED INSTRUCTOR
B. Joseph White

3
BADM 367

Management of Innovation and Technology

Course is the first jointly taken course for the engineering and business college undergraduates in the Technology and Management program. It focuses on the strategic management of technology and innovation in organizations. It builds primarily on broad models of technological evolution and organizational change. Same as TMGT 367. Pre-req: Admission to the Technology and Management program.

STUDENT RECOMMENDED COURSE

STUDENT RECOMMENDED INSTRUCTOR
Steven Michael

LibEd

3

BADM 375

Business Process Management

Management of manufacturing and service business processes such as process-speed, ￿capacity, ￿inventory, and ￿uncertainty.

OUTSTANDING INTRUCTOR
A. Agrawal, M. Lim

LibEd

3

ENG 461

Technology Entrepreneurship

Critical factors affecting technology-based ventures: opportunity assessment; the entrepreneurial process; founders and team building; preparation of a business plan including market research, marketing and sales, finance, and manufacturing considerations.

STUDENT RECOMMENDED COURSE

OUTSTANDING INTRUCTORS
Brian Lilly

LibEd

3

ENG 466

High-Tech Venture Marketing

Cornerstone marketing concepts for innovators and engineers to enable analysis of products and technologies from a marketing perspective: engineering product development and adoption life cycle; objectives and strategies; marketing management; communication skills; sales process and tactics; special considerations for new high-tech engineering products and innovations. Credit is not given for both ENG 466 and BADM 365. Pre-req: ENG 360

LibEd

1 or 2

ENG 598

Special Topics: Applied Project Management

STUDENT RECOMMENDED COURSE

1 - 4

FIN 221

Corporate Finance

Introductory study of corporate financial management, in particular how the financial manager's choices add value to shareholder wealth through investment financing and operating decisions. Prerequisite: Credit or concurrent registration in ACCY 202 and ECON 203; CS 105 or demonstration of electronic spreadsheet competency.

LibEd

3