Thinking about starting a business?
LA 325: The Liberal Arts Entrepreneur course is designed to help you use your creativity, innovative ideas and skills to create an entrepreneurial business.
Posted: January 14, 2013
Liberal Arts Career Services is offering LA 325: The Liberal Arts Entrepreneur (Unique# 30004; class meets Tuesdays from 3:30-6:30 PM).
This three-credit, upper-division course is designed to help you use your creativity, innovative ideas, and skills to create an entrepreneurial business. By the end of the course you will have a fully developed launch-ready business plan. Whether you choose to immediately embark on your entrepreneurial career is up to you.
Entrepreneurial Projects: What types of entrepreneurial projects are acceptable for this course? Projects can be profit-making or nonprofit service-based ventures. We are just as open-minded as you are creative. That said, your idea needs to be well-conceived, feasible and within your area of expertise. If you're committed to your idea- we're interested in hearing about it. Check out a list of student start-up ideas at the learn more link below.
Application Info: The Application Deadline is January 14, 2013. Enrollment for this course is application based. Applications will be reviewed as received on a rolling basis. Enrollment is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Applications will be judged on how well-conceived your idea is and how much commitment and expertise you have to make this work.
Eligibility: Liberal Arts students with 60+ credit hours by the start of the semester in which enrolled and an active BTT Gateway account. A limited number of Bridging Discipline students with non-liberal arts majors are eligible to apply, and can be admitted pending approval of the application.
Learn More & Apply: Explore our course details and complete the online application at our The Liberal Arts Entrepreneur page.