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Entrepreneurship includes the ability to create and recognize compelling opportunities, assume risk, and attract the resources to transform opportunities into value. If you’re thinking about starting a new business or are building one, the [course_title] will guide you through key strategic decisions and planning milestones. The certificate covers knowledge and skills surrounding the entrepreneurial process including opportunity recognition, concept development, business plans, resource acquisition, and value creation. 

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

Certification

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Having an Official Edukite Certification is a great way to celebrate and share your success. You can:

  • Add the certificate to your CV or resume and brighten up your career
  • Show it to prove your success

 

Course Credit: Open Culture

Course Curriculum

ECON 125 | Lecture 24: Michael Porter – Strategy 01:05:00
ECON 125 | Lecture 2: Jud Bowman – An Entrepreneurship Course Overview 00:40:00
ECON 125 | Lecture 4: John Akin – Economics of Entrepreneurship 00:50:00
ECON 125 | Lecture 6: Geoffrey Sayre-McCord – Ethics and Entrepreneurship 01:04:00
ECON 125 | Lecture 8: Steve Case – Online Entrepreneurship 00:55:00
ECON 125 | Lecture 9: Peter Coclanis – The History of a Concept 00:41:00
ECON 125 | Lecture 10: Holden Thorp and Bob Schotzinger – Scientific Entrepreneurship 01:02:00
ECON 125 | Lecture 11: Dennis Whittle, Social Entrepreneurship 00:57:00
ECON 125 | Lecture 12: Ken Weiss – Arts Entrepreneurship 00:59:00
ECON 125 | Lecture 13: Joe DeSimone and Bob Langer: Scientific Entrepreneurship 00:57:00
ECON 125 | Lecture 15: Rick Elice, Bob Gaudio, Ed Strong – Jersey Boys 01:08:00
ECON 125 | Lecture 16: Wendy Kopp – Teach for America 00:57:00
ECON 125 | Lecture 18: C.J. Skender – Accounting (Part 1) 00:56:00
ECON 125 | Lecture 19: Buck Goldstein and Julia Sprunt Grumbles – Marketing 00:56:00
ECON 125 | Lecture 20: Doug Mackenzie – Entrepreneurial Finance 01:04:00
ECON 125 | Lecture 22: C.J. Skender – Accounting (Part 2) 00:56:00
ECON 125 | Lecture 24: Michael Porter – Strategy 01:05:00
ECON 125 | Lecture 25: David Burney – Entrepreneurship and Design 01:00:00
ECON 125 | Lecture 26: Holden Thorp and Buck Goldstein – The Entrepreneurial University 01:03:00
ECON 125 | Lecture 28: Phil Clay, Entrepreneurship at MIT 00:55:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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