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Entrepreneurship

Since most business growth takes place with new and smaller businesses, some of the best employment opportunities can be found among entrepreneurial ventures.
Entrepreneurship

Since most business growth takes place with new and smaller businesses, some of the best employment opportunities can be found among entrepreneurial ventures. Even larger companies seek self-starters who are capable of taking responsibility for themselves and their divisions. To prepare Baruch College students to take advantage of these opportunities, the Narendra Paul Loomba Department of Management now offers a full range of courses in this area as well as a major and a minor in Entrepreneurship

Major in Entrepreneurship (24 credits)

Required Courses (12 credits)

Credits
MGT 3960
(formerly MGT 3860)
Entrepreneurship Management
3
MGT 4961
(formerly MGT 4862)
Entrepreneurial Experiences
3
MGT 4962
(formerly MGT 4867)
Family Business Management
3
MGT 4963
(formerly MGT 4861)
Entrepreneurial Start ups 3

Elective Courses (12 credits)

Choose four courses from:
(In the event that a course is unavailable, contact a faculty advisor to secure approval for a substitution.)


CIS 3444
E-Business Technology
3
FIN 3610 Corporate Finance
3
FIN 3620 Financial Management for Small Business and Entrepreneurs
3
LAW 3102 The Law of Business Organizations
3
LAW 3106
Law and Entrepreneurship
3
LAW 3302
The Law of Real Estate Transactions II
3
LAW 3400
Law, Business, and Sustainability 3
MGT 3300 Management: A Behavioral Approach
3
MGT 4400 Human Resource Management
3
MGT 4420 The Management of Compensation
3
MGT 4965 Leadership Development and Entrepreneurial Applications
3
MGT 4966 Social Business: Social Networking for Entrepreneurs
3
MGT 4967
Technology, Innovation, and Design in Entrepreneurship 3
MGT 4968
Critical Conversations for Entrepreneurs: Selling and Negotiating
3
MGT 4969
(formerly MGT 4864)
Social Entrepreneurship
3
MGT 4970
Creating Entrepreneurial Communities
3
MGT 4971
Women and Entrepreneurship
3
MGT 4978
(formerly MGT 4863)
Intrapreneurship: Managing Ventures Within the Corporation 3
MKT 3400
International Business Principles
3
MKT 3600 Marketing Research
3
MKT 3605 Consumer Behavior
3
MKT 4151 Direct and Interactive Marketing
3
MKT 4152 Direct Marketing II: Marketing and Managing the Creative Process
3
MKT 4401
International Trade Financing
3
MKT 4511
Marketing Channels
3
MKT 4555 Internet Marketing
3
MKT 4700
Business Marketing Management
3
MKT 4910 Selling and Sales Management
3
MKT 4912 Retailing I: Retail Marketing
3
PAF 3015
Qualitative Studies of Communities
3
PAF 3040
Information and society
3
PAF 3102
Economic Analysis and Public Policy
3
PAF 3601
Programs, Policy and Evaluation Research
3
PAF 3701/RES 3650
Building Cities: Markets and Government
3
PAF 4250/RES 4650
Nonprofit Housing Development 3
RES 3000/LAW 3301
Real Estate Law and Institutions
3
RES 3200
Property Investment and Financing
3
RES 3300
Real Estate Valuation and Feasibility Study
3
RES 3400
Real Estate Capital Markets 3
RES 3550
Analytical Skills in Real Estate
3
RES 3700
Real Estate Management
3



Minor in Entrepreneurship (9 Credits)

MGT 3960
(formerly MGT 3860)
Entrepreneurship Management
3
Plus two of the following courses:
MGT 4961
(formerly MGT 4862)
Entrepreneurial Experiences
3
MGT 4962
(formerly MGT 4867)
Family Business Management
3
MGT 4963
(formerly MGT 4861)
Entrepreneurial Start ups
3
MGT 4970
Creating Entrepreneurial Communities
3



Faculty Advisor(s)

Office hours listed only applicable during regular semester

Ramona Zachary
Ramona.Zachary@baruch.cuny.edu
NVC 9-240
Tuesday and Thursday 2 to 5 p.m.

Career Opportunities

For information about career opportunities in this field, please see website for Career Development Center.

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