Introduction to Entreprenuership and Leadership

Entrepreneurship Studies 100

Usual Description

Through a series of case studies, this course introduces students to entrepreneurship in its social and historical contexts. Students explore the role of mission and vision; pressures exerted by economic constraints, ethical issues as they relate to entrepreneurship, and factors that contribute to successful entrepreneurial endeavor. The course will also survey the resources available at Oberlin to students interested in launching their own ventures. Open to all students.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Entrepreneurship Studies 100 Taught by Con Staff
Entrepreneurship Studies 100 Taught by Holley Murchison
Entrepreneurship Studies 100 Taught by John Knific
Entrepreneurship Studies 100 Taught by Andrea Kalyn
Entrepreneurship Studies 100 Taught by Andrea Kalyn
Entrepreneurship Studies 100 Taught by Andrea Kalyn
Entrepreneurship Studies 100 Taught by Andrea Kalyn
Entrepreneurship Studies 100 Taught by Andrea Kalyn
Entrepreneurship Studies 100 Taught by Andrea Kalyn
Entrepreneurship Studies 100 Taught by Andrea Kalyn
Entrepreneurship Studies 100 Taught by Andrea Kalyn
Entrepreneurship Studies 100 Taught by Andrea Kalyn
Entrepreneurship Studies 100 Taught by Andrea Kalyn
Entrepreneurship Studies 100 Taught by Andrea Kalyn
Entrepreneurship Studies 100 Taught by Andrea Kalyn
Entrepreneurship Studies 100 Taught by Andrea Kalyn