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Food Entrepreneurship

Course Code COOK-315
Lecture hours per week 3
Lab hours per week
Course Availability: Open
Description: Providing the tools, inspiration and insight needed to develop the strategic components of a business plan, this course teaches students to think and act in an entrepreneurial manner. A mastery of these duplicable skills is essential for would-be entrepreneurs and is also highly valued by many modern employers. Over the course of the term, students will workshop a real or hypothetical food business idea to assess its feasibility. During the course, students will develop the key components of a business plan and become able to describe the competition, target customer and financial expectations for their concept. At a final presentation, each student will reveal the results of their work by telling the class if their idea has proven to be a ‘Go’ or ‘No Go’ business idea. At the end of this course, students will have a business plan that can be used to create their own business.
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