National University




MGT481 Foundations of Entrepreneurship

Lead Faculty: Dr. Ramon Corona

Course Description

A study of entrepreneurship with particular reference to creating and starting a new venture. Emphasis on historical development of entrepreneurship, risk taking and entrepreneurship, innovation and marketing the plan, financial plan, organizational plan, going public, and legal issues for the entrepreneur.

Learning Outcomes

  • Identify the origin and development of entrepreneurship.
  • Distinguish between capitalism and entrepreneurship.
  • Analyze risk taking and innovation.
  • Apply financial and organizational planning to a new venture.
  • Comprehend issues associated with taking a company public.
  • Identify recent developments in entrepreneurship.