A graduate entrepreneurship course at the University of California Berkeley will help to answer the question many college students may have of what is it really like to be an entrepreneur. This overview of entrepreneurship introduces students to the key concepts and tools which are necessary for anyone to develop a great idea for a business into a viable operation. The first course in a series of graduate courses in entrepreneurship at Berely is designed to be an orientation course for those with little background in entrepreneurship.
The next level of graduate course in the sequence explores the topic of entrepreneurship in more detail. This course features material and activities which are designed to help students develop their entrepreneurial skills and ideas. The course also helps students to brainstorm ideas for a new business and then discover the best fit in terms of business model.
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