Micro-Enterprise Development

— BUSI 418 (3)

Designed to introduce students to fundamental issues and strategies of Micro-Enterprise Development in third-world conditions. A culmination of the theoretical and practical studies involves field work and observation in a developing country. Addresses issues such as Micro-Enterprise Development and Microfinance in the developing world. It will also address local strategic, economic, political, cultural and religious country-specific issues. Prepare for meaningful intervention in the economic realities of the developing world with a view of expressing the compassion of Christ and Christian business principles. Only offered to Business Administration majors in their final year.
Course Code: BUSI 418 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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