Business Development and Practice Management
This course provides students with information necessary to utilize their education and qualifications in a professional capacity. Students learn about business planning and development, marketing strategies, systems for business set-up and record keeping/financials. Each student should understand that businesses are dynamic. Skills such as creativity, resourcefulness and critical thinking are vital to succeeding in the business arena where change is constant and decisions are based on variable factors. The primary project for this course is completing a formal Business Plan.
Prerequisites: PD101, 80 program credits or permission from Program Dean Semester: Fall, Winter, Summer Credits: 3 Hours: 45