New Entrepreneurship Course for Arts and Sciences, Education, Nursing, Diplomacy
Do you dream of starting your own business? Do you wonder how companies
make the world a better place? Would you like to learn how to make
money doing what you love? Would you like to add a "Wow" to your resume
that will impress potential employers?
If you are an undergraduate at Seton Hall University and studying in
Arts and Sciences, Education, Nursing or Diplomacy, you are eligible to
enroll this Fall in a new entrepreneurship course designed just for
The three-credit general elective course, BMGT 2110 Exploring Entrepreneurship is open to all non-business school undergraduates at
the University. BMGT 2110 is offered through the Stillman School of
Business, and is taught by Associate Management Professor Dr. Elizabeth
McCrea. BUT IT IS designed specifically for non-business students.
What's more, there are no prerequisites!
Why are we offering this course? Because we know that students
outside of the business school are extremely creative and innovative. We
want to provide you with the insights and tools you need to start your
own business. You can then put your knowledge to use by starting a
business here on campus as a student, or later on, after you graduate
and are a professional.
Another plus, this course will prepare you to enter the 2015 Pirates
Pitch Business Idea Contest to win $10,000 in prizes! Pirates Pitch
kicks off in January 2015 and the final competition is held in April,
2015. Many past winners of Pirates Pitch are non-business students!
The course meets Tuesday and Thursday, 11 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
For more information, contact Susan Scherreik, Director, Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, at email@example.com.
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