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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 337
Title Small Business Management
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MKT241N, FIN322, and either MGT231 or MGT332

Description

This course emphasizes those aspects of management that are uniquely important to small business firms. Topics covered include: the role of small business in today's economy; the small business owner; business planning and development; forms of ownership; pros and cons of buying an existing business; franchising; finances; purchasing; inventory; risk management; marketing; government regulation and assistance; managing for growth; and the international aspects of small business. Examples of actual business situations are used. Three lecture hours per week. Open to Business Administration majors and minors, Management minors and Entrepreneurship minors. Not open to students who have received credit for MGT350.

FSC

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 337
Title Small Business Management
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MKT241N, FIN322, and either MGT231 or MGT332

Description

This course emphasizes those aspects of management that are uniquely important to small business firms. Topics covered include: the role of small business in today's economy; the small business owner; business planning and development; forms of ownership; pros and cons of buying an existing business; franchising; finances; purchasing; inventory; risk management; marketing; government regulation and assistance; managing for growth; and the international aspects of small business. Examples of actual business situations are used. Three lecture hours per week. Open to Business Administration majors and minors, Management minors and Entrepreneurship minors. Not open to students who have received credit for MGT350.

HRI

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 337
Title Small Business Management
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MKT241N, FIN322, and either MGT231 or MGT332

Description

This course emphasizes those aspects of management that are uniquely important to small business firms. Topics covered include: the role of small business in today's economy; the small business owner; business planning and development; forms of ownership; pros and cons of buying an existing business; franchising; finances; purchasing; inventory; risk management; marketing; government regulation and assistance; managing for growth; and the international aspects of small business. Examples of actual business situations are used. Three lecture hours per week. Open to Business Administration majors and minors, Management minors and Entrepreneurship minors. Not open to students who have received credit for MGT350.

Management

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 337
Title Small Business Management
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MKT241N, FIN322, and either MGT231 or MGT332

Description

This course emphasizes those aspects of management that are uniquely important to small business firms. Topics covered include: the role of small business in today's economy; the small business owner; business planning and development; forms of ownership; pros and cons of buying an existing business; franchising; finances; purchasing; inventory; risk management; marketing; government regulation and assistance; managing for growth; and the international aspects of small business. Examples of actual business situations are used. Three lecture hours per week. Open to Business Administration majors and minors, Management minors and Entrepreneurship minors. Not open to students who have received credit for MGT350.