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Azita HabibiEntrepreneurial Focus
Coming to Wharton, I knew I wanted to focus on entrepreneurship. Because I had an undergraduate degree in business, I waived some core classes. This freed up my schedule for essential electives, such as MGMT 801, the prerequisite for all entrepreneurship courses. The class helped me flesh out a business idea that I conceived before Wharton. In the spring semester, I further refined my business plan in MGMT 806 and coupled it with MKTG 730, since my idea involved e-commerce in the Brazilian market. All my flexible core choices also centered around entrepreneurship, including OPIM 614, MGMT 612 and WHCP 615.
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MGEC 611Advanced Topics in Managerial Economics
MGEC 612Foundations of Teamwork and Leadership
MGMT 610Management Communication: Speaking
ACCT 613Corporate Finance
FNCE 611Macroeconomics and the Global Economic Environment
FNCE 615Responsibility in Global Management
LGST 611Management of Emerging Enterprises
MGMT 612Managing the Productive Core of the Firm: Innovation
OPIM 614Communication Challenges for Entrepreneurs: Pitching Your Business
INTS 672International Political Economy of Business Environments
MGMT 801Spanish Language and Cultural Perspectives
INTS 673Global Economic History
INTS 732Formation and Implementation of Entrepreneurial Ventures
MGMT 806Special Topics: Digital Marketing and Electronic Commerce
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