New course focuses on entreprenuership

Understanding the free enterprise system and the basics of entrepreneurship will play a major role in almost every career path in the future. Enterprises and individuals today are engaged in an intense competition to develop innovative products, services and business models.

To learn more about the dynamics of how the free enterprise system works and how entrepreneurs start, grow and manage innovations and new ventures successfully, try the new interdisciplinary course “Entrepreneurism and Free Enterprise” (COLA 298) taught by Dirk Brown, the inaugural faculty director of the McNair Institute for Entrepreneurism and Free Enterprise. 

The course is open to students from all disciplines and has no prerequisites.

It is offered in Fall 2017 on Tuesdays and Thursdays 6-7:15 p.m. To register for the class, go to Self Serve Carolina and use the CRN 30012.

For more information, email Brown at

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