National University




MGT482 Small Business Management

Lead Faculty: Dr. Ramon Corona

Course Description

An in-depth study of small to mid-sized companies with a view to preparing students for leadership roles. Emphasis on building and managing companies from the start-up phase to their growth and efficient operation. Problem solving strategies of managerial, legal and ethical issues and dilemmas particularly relevant to small business.

Learning Outcomes

  • Analyze the different forms of business organization.
  • Analyze the importance of small businesses.
  • Describe different ways to market goods and services.
  • Explain how to obtain and manage human resources and diversity in small businesses.
  • Comprehend financial planning and control of a small business, including taxation issues in a small business.