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BUS 388 Small Business Management

This course explores issues critical to the success of small business. The course stresses the development of business strategies and business plans. Major topics are examined from the distinctive perspective of small businesses, ranging from production to finance, and from marketing to working capital management. The course addresses special problems of capital leverage, the potential and limits of growth, and strategies for sustainable expansion. Prerequisites: BUS 253, BUS 301.