Entrepreneurship and New Business Ventures
Entrepreneurship is the practice of starting new organizations, particularly new businesses, usually in response to identified opportunities. Fisher College of Business' Entrepreneurship business track strives to prepare its graduates with the skills necessary to develop business plans, commercialize new technologies, identify new business opportunities, and deal with venture capitals and other private equity. This is the perfect concentration for MBAs who one day want to run their own businesses.
Fisher's Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialization course was named one of the 10 best entrepreneurship courses in the nation by Inc. magazine. The course builds business around emerging technologies developed at The Ohio State University and other research institutions that have not found commercial uses.
- MHR 7520 - Entrepreneurship and Introduction to Business Plans
Choose from three of the following:
- MHR 7530 - Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialization
- AMIS 7630 - Emerging Technologies and Electronic Commerce
- MHR 7461 - Technology and Innovation Strategy
- MHR 7240 - Managerial Negotiations
- FIN 7215 - Entrepreneurial Finance
- FIN 7216 - Private Equity
- MHR 7413 - Advanced Strategic Analysis