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BUS 664 - Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation

  • 2 credits

Develop skills in salient dimensions of new venture creation—especially as it relates to creating value through entrepreneurship. Provides the tools to develop capabilities related to entrepreneurial action and to apply these capabilities to build and create value when opportunities arise. Learn about theoretical conceptualizations of entrepreneurship.



Non-MBA students only; Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate (GR) OR Professional (PR)

Important Information

This class is meant for students NOT enrolled in the MBA program. If you are in the Online MBA, please work with your advisor on the course equivalent that fits with your degree.

Textbooks and Materials

Please consult the CSU Bookstore for textbook information:


Rob Mitchell

Rob Mitchell Ph.D. is a Professor at Colorado State University where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on entrepreneurship, growth, innovation, and strategy. He completed his doctoral studies in entrepreneurship and strategic management at the Kelley School of Business in Bloomington, Indiana. Before pursuing his Ph.D. at Indiana University, Professor Mitchell worked in a technology startup in Salt Lake City, Utah and was involved in emerging enterprise consulting in Victoria, British Columbia.