MNGT3318 Small Business Management

Course Description

This course intends to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of circumstances surrounding starting and operating a small business. Specific attention will be given to understanding the uniqueness of the small business owner. Opportunities and challenges afforded to and facing small business owners will also be examined.

Course Credits: 3

Prerequisites: None

Student Learning Outcomes

  • Identify the contributions of small business and its role in the American economy.
  • Be able to recognize different kinds of small businesses and their owners.
  • Recognize the role of family ownership and management of small businesses.
  • Identify legal problems unique to small business operators.
  • Apply operation activities within small businesses and principles of business plan development for small businesses.
  • Develop business proposals by applying concepts learned.