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Understanding Business (SBUNDBUS)

Class Description
This course delves into building a comprehensive business plan including marketing, objectives, operations and financial. Students will develop their ideas, finalize and execute their pitch, complete field work and network with other business entrepreneurs and investors. They will build a financing roadmap including understanding loan packages and work toward acquiring a business loan, and present their real-world plan to experts in the field.  By the end of the course, students are prepared to start their businesses.

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How to Start a Small Business (SBSMABUS)

Class Description
This course is designed to teach the “What, Why, and How” of entrepreneurship, helps seasoned business owners maximize their bottom lines and teaches potential business owners how to become business-ready. Students learn about the personal attributes of successful entrepreneurs and are given the opportunity to put their ideas into focus by conducting research,  developing an action plan and preparing a presentation of this research to prospects.

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Business Writing (BUSWRI)

Class Description
In this course, students analyze, practice and improve their skills in written business communication, including business letters, reports, memos, summaries and email messages. The course also addresses grammar and specialized business terminology to enhance professional communication. Textbook: Business Writing What Works What Won’t by Wilma Davidson.

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Bookkeeping and Budgeting (BOOBUD)

Class Description
Learn the basics of bookkeeping, organizing ledgers, creating and managing budgets using spreadsheets, and making budget projections.

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Business Law for Small Business Owners (LSBLSO)

Course Description:
This course is designed to familiarize students with the law as it affects business personnel and social activities. Topics include basic legal principles and procedures such as the origin and kinds of law, the law of contracts, sales, commercial paper, and of agency and employment. Students gain an understanding of the rights and duties of individuals and businesses.

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