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Spring Courses That Will Engage Your Entrepreneurial Mindset
Foundations of Arts Entrepreneurship (THP352 SLN #20410) - Learn skills and knowledge for an entrepreneurial approach to art making and art management across all arts disciplines. Topics include: creativity, motivation, opportunity recognition, mission and vision, financial literacy, marketing, grant writing, business planning. Questions? Contact Professor Linda Essig at email@example.com.
Social enterprises: innovation, justice & community development (JUS 497/591) - As entrepreneurship is being redefined in more socially conscious ways, social innovation is being recognized as critical to fostering just, workable solutions to complex social, economic and ecological problems. This hybrid course is open to all graduate students, honors students, and senior undergraduates. For future information, contact Vanna.Gonzales@asu.edu.
Semester to Launch (MGT 494) - STL is a semester-long course open to students of all majors through which student entrepreneurs have the opportunity to engage in coursework and outside-of-class activities that will aim to accelerate their venture. Ongoing research and weekly execution of tasks will lead students to iterate and pivot as the market demands and create a minimum viable product to test interest and receive feedback. Open to juniors and seniors as well as graduate students enrolled in any college at ASU. Meeting with instructor required for enrollment; please email for info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Venture Capital Experience ( MGT 494) - VCE is a course designed to teach students the details of the startup funding process. Students will be exposed to the history of venture capital and other types of capital, current and future anticipated trends, as well as the due diligence process as performed by investors. Open to juniors and seniors as well as graduate students enrolled in any college at ASU. Meeting with instructor required for enrollment; please email for info: email@example.com