The Entrepreneurial Process
The Entrepreneurial Process allows students to explore what it is to launch a small business. The course has a special emphasis on business acumen, the philosophy of entrepreneurship and business planning. It may be taken as an introductory course to learn how to launch new products or services, or to launch and manage a small enterprise This subject is designed to introduce students to the core concepts of entrepreneurship and the way each relates to the process of business planning and business startup/development. It will enhance students' understanding of the core concepts underpinning entrepreneurship and the criteria used to measure entrepreneurial success. It will also enable students to appreciate that entrepreneurship involves developing "living" businesses that need nurturing and that modern day sustainable businesses require a focus on the triple bottom line (economic, environmental and social).
This course introduces the foundations of writing a business plan: what are its principle elements? how does one go about finding necessary information? Topics include: what investors and lenders are looking for; the key elements of a business plan (the executive summary, the organizational plan, the marketing plan, the financial plan, and the management description); special considerations when writing a business plan for an international endeavor, and a web-based or web-supplemented businesses. Students will demonstrate their knowledge of the material presented through weekly writing assignments.
The purpose of this course is to understand the theory and processes of negotiation as it is practiced in a variety of settings. The course is designed to be relevant to the broad spectrum of negotiation problems that are faced by the manager a professional. A basic premise of the course is that while a manager needs analytical skills to discover optimal solutions to problems a broad array of negotiation skills is needed to get these solutions accepted and implemented. The course will allow participants the opportunity to develop these skills experientially and to understand negotiation in useful analytical frameworks
Business Startup Strategy
Students will learn various way how to startup a new business. It will involve what strategy and what kind of business way that need to use for business and also developing the model of the business. It will also train a person how and what business strategy that was suitable for his businesses.
This course is designed for managers and entrepreneurs who must have financial knowledge but has not had formal training in finance. It provides an understanding and working knowledge of the fundamentals of financial decision making and strategy that can be put to practical application in day-to-day jobs of managers and business owners. It uses examples and illustrations, with emphasis on the practical application of financial concepts, tools, and methodology
Resources Management Planning
Familiarizes students with concepts of resources management and the principles of planning and forecasting for resources needs. Issues to be addressed include career planning and internal labor market analysis, equal employment opportunity and affirmative action practices. Students examine job design and pay systems, methods of personnel selection and training, issues of productivity and hours of work, the effect of government regulations on working conditions, and personnel administration .
This course will deal with the theoretical and practical applications of human relations. The time in class will be split between classroom instruction and practical workshops acquiring and using the basic knowledge of leadership and peer helping. The students will develop peer helping skills, learn how to run meetings, practice efficient public speaking, review resume and interview skills, be involved in promotion and running of school events, and work on school and community relations .
Presentation Skills is a skill-building program for professionals who are called upon to make formal or informal presentations. The most persuasive presenters deliver their ideas clearly, demonstrate confidence and enthusiasm, and handle objections with poise.