Middlebury

INTD 0120

Intro Business & Enterprise

Introduction to Business and Enterprise
This course provides students who have little to no background in business with a broad overview of business and enterprise in the economy. Students will learn about types of enterprises and a functional framework for understanding a business, including strategy, finance, production, and marketing. This framework will be used to analyze various businesses and non-profits, exploring the advantages and disadvantages of various structures. The course will give overviews of accounting and entrepreneurship, and explore policy and philosophical debates about the morality of for-profit business and the need for corporate responsibility. 3 hrs. lect.
Subject:
Interdepartmental
Department:
Interdepartmental
Division:
Interdisciplinary
Requirements Fulfilled:
SOC

Sections

Spring 2022

INTD0120A-S22 Lecture (Nguyen, Considine)
INTD0120Z-S22 Discussion (Nguyen)

Fall 2021

INTD0120A-F21 Lecture (Nguyen, Considine)

Spring 2021

INTD0120A-S21 Lecture (Nguyen, Considine)
INTD0120Z-S21 Discussion (Nguyen, Considine)

Fall 2020

INTD0120A-F20 Lecture (Biswas)

Spring 2020

INTD0120A-S20 Lecture (Nguyen)

Fall 2019

INTD0120A-F19 Lecture (Biswas)
INTD0120Z-F19 Discussion (Biswas)

Spring 2019

INTD0120A-S19 Lecture (Nguyen)

Fall 2018

INTD0120A-F18 Lecture (Biswas, Colander)
INTD0120Z-F18 Discussion (Biswas, Colander)

Fall 2017

INTD0120A-F17 Lecture (Biswas, Colander)
INTD0120B-F17 Lecture (Biswas, Colander)