Creative Entrepreneurship - COM 3113

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This course will explore the theoretical and practical aspects of creative entrepreneurship through the creation of a written business plan; analysis of case studies; and research into key concepts such as intellectual property and the knowledge economy; innovation and risk; collaboration, clusters and networks. Oral presentations (including the elevator pitch and the business plan presentation) will be introduced.

The course is a junior-level course in the College of Arts and Sciences. It is 3-credits. This course was created by Karen Evans, a Coleman Fellow for entrepreneurship. Professor Evans is also Director of Undergraduate Management Programs and Senior Lecturer in the College of Arts and Sciences. For more information about the course, contact her at