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Entrepreneurial Business Basics ES 212 Fall 20 +3 3 hours
Entrepreneurial Business Basics --- This business basics course covers how to make a product or service idea real in the form of a tangible, marketable product and an organization that can produce and
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Fall 21
Winter 20
Winter 21
Introduction to Entrepreneurship ES 250 Fall 20 +3 3 hours
Introduction to Entrepreneurship --- Introduction to Entrepreneurship is designed for sophomores and juniors, including non-business students, who wish to learn about entrepreneurship, its role and im
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Fall 21
Winter 20
Winter 21
Business Thought and Action ES 310 Winter 20 +1 3 hours
Business Thought and Action --- From customer discovery and building a business, through valuation and raising equity, this course introduces non-business students to the joys and challenges of being
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Winter 21
Financing Research Commercialization ES 329 Fall 20 +1 3 hours
Financing Research Commercialization --- This course is a practicum, offering an opportunity to apply collective team work of a student/mentor alliance to building a launch pad for a technology-based
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Fall 21
Entrepreneurial Management ES 395 Fall 20 +3 3 hours
Entrepreneurial Management --- Entrepreneurship is about overcoming ambiguity, risk and failure, embracing it, and learning from it.
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Fall 21
Winter 20
Winter 21
Independent Study Project ES 399 Fall 20 +5 1 - 3 hours
Independent Study Project --- Independent study projects, supervised by faculty, are available to juniors and seniors in good academic standing.
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Fall 21
Summer 20
Summer 21
Winter 20
Winter 21
Michigan Blue Venture Fund ES 401 Winter 20 +1 3 hours
Michigan Blue Venture Fund --- This action-based learning course introduces undergraduate students to practical and conceptual issues, tools, and skills they need in order to be a successful early-sta
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Winter 21
Zell Early-Stage Fund - Senior Analyst ES 402 Winter 20 +1 3 hours
Zell Early-Stage Fund - Senior Analyst --- This course is the second year of the BBA venture capital fund course cycle.
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Winter 21
Social Venture Fund ES 403 Winter 20 (A) +1 1.5 - 3 hours
Social Venture Fund --- This course will provide students with the education, tools, and techniques essential to valuing and financing venture investments that create sustainable value for both the in
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Winter 21 (A)
Professional Capstone: Entrepreneurship Practicum ES 414 Winter 20 +1 3 hours
Entrepreneurship Practicum --- The Practicum enables students to gain first-hand entrepreneurial experience within a structured, supportive context.
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Winter 21
New Product and Innovation Management ES 425 Winter 20 +1 3 hours
New Product and Innovation Management --- This course is designed to focus on the new product development process which is key to the success of any organization.
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Winter 21
Family Business ES 427 Fall 20 (B) 1.5 hours
Continuing a Legacy: Leading a Family Business --- This course explores the strategic, operating, financial, legal, family, career and business issues found in family-owned and managed companies or p
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Building Healthy Business ES 440 Fall 20 (A) 1.5 hours
Building Healthy Business --- Students participating in the course will: 1) Learn about opportunities to create and capture value in the health, wellness, and personal resiliency sectors.
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Finance for Societal Good ES 444 Fall 20 (B) 3 hours
Finance for Societal Good --- This course is about doing good with money.
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Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship ES 504 Winter 20 (A) +1 2.25 hours
Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship --- Law provides entrepreneurs with many opportunities for competitive advantage.
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Winter 21 (A)
Introduction to Entrepreneurship ES 515 Winter 20 (A) +1 1.5 hours
Introduction to Entrepreneurship --- Targeted toward graduate students of business as well as those in engineering and scientific disciplines, this elective course is designed to provide students with
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Winter 21 (A)
Entrepreneurship via Acquisitions ES 516 Fall 20 (A) +1 1.5 hours
Entrepreneurship via Acquisitions --- This course is a pragmatic, "real-world" orientation to entrepreneurship through acquisition of a company.
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Fall 21 (A)
Managing the Growth of New Ventures ES 569 Winter 20 (B) +1 1.5 hours
Managing the Growth of New Ventures --- New entrepreneurial ventures, once successfully past the formation stage, often encounter problems caused by their very rapid growth.
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Winter 21 (B)
The Psychology of Start-up Teams ES 602 Winter 20 (A) +1 2.25 hours
The Psychology of Start-up Teams --- 9 out of 10 start-up teams fail.
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Winter 21 (A)
New Product and Innovation Management ES 605 Fall 20 (B) +1 2.25 hours
New Product and Innovation Management --- Innovation and development of new products and services are essential for the success of any organization.
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Fall 21 (B)
New Venture Creation ES 615 Fall 20 +1 3 hours
New Venture Creation --- In this capstone course, students learn and apply powerful frameworks and methodologies that are useful not only for planning and launching entrepreneurial ventures, but for c
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Fall 21
Healthcare Startups: Understanding Needs and Creating Ventures in Healthcare ES 620 Fall 20 (B) +1 2.25 hours
Healthcare Innovation and Startups ---Healthcare Innovation and Startups is an action-based course in which students will identify big problems in healthcare and start solving them with a new venture
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Fall 21 (B)
Venture Capital Finance ES 623 Fall 20 (A) +1 2.25 hours
Venture Capital Finance --- This course covers venture capital market structure and institutional arrangements and the application of financial theory and methods in a venture capital finance setting.
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Fall 21 (A)
Private Equity Finance ES 624 Fall 21 (B) +1 2.25 hours
Private Equity Finance --- This course presents the fundamentals of private equity finance, focusing on financing mezzanine deals and buyout transactions.
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Winter 21 (A)
Global Private Equity ES 626 Winter 20 (A) +1 1.5 hours
Global Private Equity --- As the third course in the sequence, this course extends the coverage of venture capital and private equity from the US model to other parts of the globe.
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Winter 21 (A)

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