MBA 6503: Carlson Ventures Enterprise

2-4 Credits

Carlson Ventures Enterprise (CVE) is intended for highly-motivated entrepreneurially minded graduate and undergraduate students who seek opportunities to develop creative problem solving and critical analysis skills to aid in better identifying, creating and evaluating any new business opportunity, whether a start-up, social venture, or innovation initiative inside a Fortune 500 company. CVE’s comprehensive curriculum includes the best practices, frameworks, and tools used in entrepreneurial and innovative pursuits. In a teach-then-apply environment, students manage client-based projects solving real-world problems in real time, whether helping an entrepreneur develop their new business or an established organization evaluate opportunities for growth. CVE fits with multiple degree plans, in multiple schools at the University, as either a requirement, an elective or a capstone. Registration for this course is by permission only. prereq: MBA or Mgmt Sci MBA student; program approval

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