Academic Catalog 2022–2023

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PHA567M Special Topics – Introduction to Entrepreneurship

[1–0, 1 cr.]

This elective course introduces the latest research in entrepreneurship and its practical implications. Students learn about the entrepreneurial process and the domain of entrepreneurship. Topics include an economic primer on entrepreneurial opportunities, their recognition and exploitation, as well as the environmental effects and differences in identity, the human and social capital of entrepreneurs. The course also provides insight on how entrepreneurs finance and grow their business ventures. Students also solve a pharmaceutical entrepreneurial case and develop a project on “pharmaceutical entrepreneurial business opportunity” where they practice identifying entrepreneurial opportunities, conducting feasibility analysis, and developing an effective business model.

Prerequisites: PHA333 Pharmacy Management

Co-requisite: Professional Year 2 status