New one-hour course for all majors gives perspective on real-life entrepreneurship.
Do you want to be your own boss? Are you a future entrepreneur? What is entrepreneurship?
The Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University is offering a new one-credit hour class titled Perspectives on Entrepreneurship. Inspired by the vision and support of Chancellor Kent Hance, this cross-campus class is designed for students from all academic backgrounds.
Keith Brigham, professor in the Area of Management in the Rawls College who is facilitating the course, said Texas Tech is trying to broaden the reach and profile of entrepreneurship at the university.
"We want to do a better job identifying and reaching out to students earlier in their career here," Brigham said. "We usually don't find these students until they are juniors or seniors, and, we are reaching across the entire campus to all majors."
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