3 hours--Prereq.: A grade of C or higher in 3103; or departmental approval. Students will learn to evaluate and analyze various entrepreneurial opportunities against their personal and professional goals and lifestyle criteria. After assessing the feasibility of multiple opportunities, students select one to research and form a strategy for the business. Students will research, collect data, and make decisions to shape the business. With this information, students will write a full business plan, including a product and service plan, a management and organizational plan, a marketing plan, and a fi nancial plan. This course uses the Kauffman Foundation curriculum in sequence with ENTR 3103 and ENTR 4503. This course normally offered in the fall semester only.