Program Content & Topics

EGE covers a variety of topics within its rigorous curriculum to give students a solid foundation of information they will one day be able to use to run a business of their own.

Concepts to be covered during the program will include, but not be limited to: 

  • Economic institutions 
  • Property rights 
  • Market structures 
  • Incentives 
  • Marketing strategies 
  • Developing effective business partners 
  • Human capital investment 
  • Demand and supply determinants 
  • Rule of Law 
  • Economic risk
  • Business funding sources 
  • Business growth strategies 
  • Identifying key staff personnel 
  • Understanding the competitive marketplace 
  • Networking
  • Building a successful team 

The program will be a blend of dynamic, real-world lectures along with a variety of entrepreneur presentations, guest speakers, and classroom simulations.

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