Subject: Entrepreneurship
Credit units: 3
Offered: Term 1 only
Weekly hours: 3 Lecture hours
College: Edwards School of Business
Department: ESB (Dean's Office)

Description

Is designed for students pursuing a degree in colleges other than the Edwards School of Business. This course outlines how entrepreneurs could raise money and build an understanding of the financial issues that face entrepreneurs and financiers in that process. After providing the basics of financial statements, cash flow, time value of money, and financial projections of new businesses, we analyze the basic features of various financing arrangements for entrepreneurs such as bank financing, venture capital financing, angel financing, and funding from corporate investors.

Prerequisite(s): ENT 230.3
Note: This course may not be used for credit towards a B.Comm. degree. Students may receive credit for only one of COMM 368.3, COMM 203.3, or ENT 300.3.

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