Offered - Fall, Spring, Summer
Course number - MB-340
This course will introduce students to the concepts and requirements that must be considered and implemented during the critical planning stages of a business startup. Students will learn the basic concepts, including market research, submission of business licensing applications, regulatory filings, first contact with the IRS and state departments of revenue, location, organizational structure, financing, employee issues, and many other considerations. Guest speakers will be invited to speak on selected topics.
Course Chair: Don Gorder
Prerequisites: MB-201, MB-275, and either MB-255 or MB-355
Required of: MBUS majors in the entrepreneurial track
Electable by: MBUS majors