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Author(s): Timothy Stearns, Ralph Nasalroad
Students learn the basic tools for entrepreneurial success by understanding the mindset of the entrepreneur, how to capture opportunity, and turn opportunity into wealth. The 18 lessons are organized around three themes: (1) Who is the Entrepreneur? (2) How Do Entrepreneurs Capture Opportunity? and (3) How Do Entrepreneurs Build Wealth? By the end of the course, students will have a firm understanding of their entrepreneurial skills, how to investigate and validate a business idea, and how to design a business model to pitch to investors.
Author(s): Felecia Harris
This publication examines the issues of race, sex, gender, health, and mass media with an analysis of both historical roots and present-day practices in order to understand how they intersect and impact the lives of African American men and women.
Author(s): Dorothy W. K. Ige, Lori L. Montalbano
We live in an exciting, yet complicated information age. Our era calls for critical thinkers who are willing and able to communicate well toward the twin goals of human survival and career thriving on a connected globe. Thus, public speaking skills are important.
Author(s): Carroll Ferguson Nardone, Teena A.M. Carnegie, Molly Kremer Johnson
Technical Communication as Problem Solving helps students master the art of communicating to help people get things done. It broadens students’ concept of writing by introducing them to the five foundations of technical communication: problem solving, rhetoric, design, style, and ethics. Students also learn the genre conventions of technical communication.