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|ENTR 3220 - International Entrepreneurship and Innovation Consulting|
Offers students an opportunity to learn the principles and methods of consulting to growing companies and social enterprises abroad. This is done through a set of frameworks that focus on customer segmentation, product or service requirements, product-line and service strategy, business model design, and then internationalization strategy. Working in teams, students apply these frameworks to local companies in different business sectors and then prepare to apply them to client companies in their follow-on designated destination country. The final part of the course is preparation for the international field studies. This includes an introduction to effective methods for management consulting, including goal setting, team organization, and client management.
4.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
Entrepreneurship & Innovation Department