MGNT 4260 - Small Business Entrepreneurship


An introduction to the world of small business including the principles of successful small business management.

Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:

  1. Successfully articulate the history of Small Business Management and the development of its philosophy.
  2. Identify and describe the attributes of entrepreneurship; explain the distinction between a small business manager/owner and an entrepreneur.
  3. Be able to develop a marketing plan with actionable strategies for a small business.
  4. Distinguish between business ideas and opportunities; explain how to finance business ventures.
  5. Ability to create, explain, and defend a business plan.
  6. Sharpen the presentation skills necessary to effectively communicate new venture ideas to potential investors.

Credit Hours

Business Administration


  • MGNT 3600 OR MGT 312 minimum grade: C

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