This course examines entrepreneurship and the components of starting and operating a business. It also focuses on the role of the entrepreneur in our economy and our community. Through the text, student workbooks, case studies, articles and other business sources, students will be exposed to the major aspects of business management and entrepreneurship. Students will be required to “think critically” and draw conclusions based on different business situations. Additional topics include business communication, business ownership, business plans, financial reports, economic concepts, marketing, human resource management, and information technology.
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