Course content explores historical and external forces that impact entrepreneurial efforts in business enterprises. Emphasis will be on the role of government as it influences business goals, structures, and operations of U.S. enterprises. Legal and regulatory constraints as well as political, social and technological factors that influence managerial/nonmanagerial behavior in the firm and the firm’s impact on society will be discussed. Prerequisites: ACC 202, BUS 311, INB 390, MKT 250, and Senior standing and business major. 3 credit hours. Offered: Fall, Spring.
College of Arts and Sciences
Martel, Gene, "History of U.S. Enterprise and Entrepreneurship" (2002). Lynn University Syllabi. 38.