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  1. 1. Jay and Patty Baker School of Business and Technology<br />Entrepreneurship Program for Design and Fashion Industries<br />
  2. 2. Bridge Courses for the Program<br />FM 116-Fashion Business Practices<br />AC 111-Advertising and Promotion<br />MG 153-Using Excel for Business<br />Must be completed before entering the Program.<br />
  3. 3. EP 311 Introduction to Entrepreneurship<br />Prerequisite:None<br />3 credits., 3 hrs. <br />Semester 5<br />This course introduces students to Entrepreneurship and its applicability to the creative arts. It examines some of the legends of the industry and indentifies the traits and characteristics necessary for achieving success as a entrepreneur.<br />
  4. 4. EP 321/The Business Plan<br />Prerequisite: EP 311 Introduction to Entrepreneurship<br />3 cr., 3 hrs.<br />Semester 6<br />In this project-based course, students prepare and present a professional business plan. This plan provides the foundation for the development of their own business plans in semester 8.<br />
  5. 5. EP 331/Finance and Accounting for the Non-Financial Manager<br />Prerequisite: EP 311 Introduction to Entrepreneurship<br />3 cr., 3 lecture hrs.<br />Semester 5<br />The course introduces the non-financial student to the basics of finance and accounting, with an emphasis on reading and understanding cash flows, income statements, balance sheets and financial ratios.<br />
  6. 6. EP 441/Converting Innovation into Value<br />Prerequisite: EP 311 Introduction to Entrepreneurship<br />3 credits, 3 lecture hours<br />Semester 6<br />Students learn to source and develop new venture and growth strategies for future businesses. The course introduces value propositions, value supply chain structures, revenue models and growth strategies.<br />
  7. 7. EP 451/ The Entrepreneurship Incubator<br />Prerequisite: EP 311 Introduction to Entrepreneurship<br />4 credits, 4 lecture hours.<br />Semester 8<br />A capstone course for the Entrepreneurial Program, this course synthesizes the knowledge, skills and experiences learned throughout the program. Students create an entrepreneurial business model for their potential business ideas, with the aim of targeting investors and maketing partners.<br />
  8. 8. Requirements for admissions<br />Must have an AAS degree.<br />Must have an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher<br />
  9. 9. Semester 5 courses<br />EP 311/Introduction to Entrepreneurship<br />MG 306/ Information Systems: Case Analysis<br />AC 311/ Integrated Marketing Communication on Management<br />EN Speech Elective: EN 241, 242, 244,341, 342<br />MA 321: Data Analysis for Business<br />SS 342: MicroEconomics<br />17 credits/18 hours<br />
  10. 10. Semester 6 courses<br />EP 321 Business Plan<br />EP 331 Finance and Accounting for the Non-Financial Manager<br />MA 311 Mathematical Modeling for Business Applications<br />PL 431 Philosophy Ethics<br />EN Choice: EN 321, 322 or EN 323<br />15 credits/16 hours<br />
  11. 11. Semester 7 courses<br />EP 441 Converting Innovation into Value<br />BL 343 Introduction to Business Law<br />Economics Selective: SS 343 or SS 443<br />Foreign Language<br />Choice of American History or Liberal Arts Elective<br />15.5 credits/16 hours<br />
  12. 12. Semester 8<br />IC 391 Internship<br />EP 451 The Entrepreneurship Incubator<br />Choice of Global Selective: SS 354 or SS 374<br />Foreign Language<br />Liberal Arts Elective<br />Credits 16-16.6/Hours 16-17<br />

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