FINC 388 - Entrepreneurial Finance

Description
The course examines new business ventures from the development stage through maturity and will cover the basic principles, concepts and analytical tools of financial management for small businesses. The managerial challenges for these firms are different from those of larger, public firms and often require a different approach because of their small scale, lack of liquidity and difficulty attracting and deploying capital. The course will provide a relevant financial analysis base for the entrepreneur in each of the various stages as he or she develops the idea, brings it to market, grows the venture’s value and ultimately provides an exit for the venture investors. The course will identify and explain the types and sources of financing available during the various stages and introduce the relevant legal and regulatory environment the entrepreneur must consider when seeking financing.
Credits
3
Attributes
Blended Online/Onsite
Recent Professors
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2017
Offered
MWF, MW
Avg. Class Size
27
Avg. Sections
1