BUSI 461 - FOUNDATIONS OF ENT II:FINANCNG
Long Title: FOUNDATIONS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP II: FINANCING
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Language of Instruction: Taught in English
Course Type: Lecture
Credit Hours: 1.5
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Description: The goal of the course is to provide students with a general understanding of the financing options for early stage startups, including angel investment, accelerators, crowdfunding and the venture capital
industry. This includes an in-depth overview of the organization, operation and economics of different funding sources; venture capital and angel investment term sheets and deal structures; startup
investment methodology –deal sourcing, monitoring and liquidation; the role of VCs as key advisors and board members; and current issues in early stage financing as a result of a changing global and economic environment. The course combines interactive lectures, speakers and case analyses. The cases and assignments offer an opportunity to integrate and apply the principles taught in the course in a practical way, and draws from a diverse range of industries and settings.
Repeatable for Credit.