Course Materials: Small Business Management
Our custom case study link for our course will be posted on Blackboard.
The link changes from semester to semester and from course to course. This custom course link will take you to the page for our BUSN 3230 Small Business Management and Minority Entrepreneurship page where you should
Step 1 click REGISTER NOW.
The next website page will ask you for some information and give you the opportunity to create a USERNAME and PASSWORD and then
Step 2 click REGISTER.
The next screen allows you to pay to access the interactive case study.
Step 3 click SUBMIT.
GO TO: http://www.interpretive.com/students to REGISTER. You do not need your credit card to register.
At the bottom of the page enter our custom course ID and click START.
Then enter your FIRST Name, LAST Name, Email Address, Password, and click SUBMIT.
You will receive an email from Interpretive Simulations with your Username and Password.
Once your receive your Username and Password you will use that to login and purchase the simulation. You must pay the fee to access the simulation and for me to track your results.
BUSN 3230 Small Business Management and Minority Entrepreneurship (click here)
Professor Myles Bassell utilizes a variety of learning-by-doing tools including online simulations (Interpretive Simulations) and case studies (Harvard Business Publishing) that require his students to apply the course concepts and make decisions.
Students are given an opportunity to strengthen and demonstrate their skills in the following areas: critical thinking, ethical reasoning, global awareness, communication, leadership, information literacy, and quantitative reasoning. Professor Bassell’s assurance of learning (AoL) assignments are graded using rubrics which measure the extent to which the Koppelman School of Business learning goals are being achieved.
Professor Bassell’s courses focus on experiential learning and his Show and Tell pedagogy. He doesn’t just tell students about the concepts, but also shows the students how the concepts are applied. He utilizes polling (Poll Everywhere) in class to engage all students in discussions.
Course Description (from Brooklyn College Website):
BUSN 3230 Small Business Management and Minority Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurial processes of new venture creation and small business management. How entrepreneurs start businesses, psychological and economic characteristics of entrepreneurs, obtaining financing, small business marketing and advertising, financial and cash management for a small business, managing a small business, and using the World Wide Web as a profitable business tool. Importance of small business development by minorities. Case studies of successful minority entrepreneurs will be examined.