Course Description

What is the current climate for start-ups and small businesses? Students will research and debate a range of issues while considering how they may affect their future business pursuits. Topics may include: capitalism, economic class, new economic models, business for social good, intra-preneurship, business leadership, small business law and liability, copyrights, ethics, labor practices, global business cultures, the role of social media, and potential environmental impacts of small businesses, among others.

Otis College’s Interdisciplinary Studies program, with support from a grant from the Angelo Donghia Foundation, will provide a select number of full-tuition scholarships for Otis BFA and MFA alumni to enroll in the Issues in Entrepreneurship course through Extension. Apply for Otis Alumni Scholarship:


Prerequisite: None



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