The idea of starting a business is to get yourself to where you need to go, said Mark M. Reedy, a former FSU professor and professor emeritus at the University of South Florida who is now at Florida State University.
“It’s like the kid that goes to the doctor and says, ‘I’m going to go see the doctor tomorrow.
I need to get checked out for a concussion,’ ” he said.
Mr. Reey, who has studied the business world for decades, said he has seen students in his classroom at FSU go from having no idea how to start a business to building a business and selling it to people.
The idea of learning how to run a business, or at least learning how it works, and selling to people, is something that I think is a very important part of business and that we are trying to teach students to do.
That was one of the things that I really think is going to be an important part in the education of students at FSB, Mr. Reydy said.
“There are a lot of students who are going to get stuck in business school, but they’re going to need to learn how to think about business.
Business education is the right thing to do.”FSU students will begin in a classroom at the school’s West Campus Building on Sept. 1, and the school will offer its own business classes starting in January.
The school has offered some business courses, such as the Entrepreneurship Lab and the Finance Lab, and others, like the Entrepreneurial Education program, Mr and Ms. Coughlin said.
But students will be taught from scratch in a real-world setting.
The Entrepreneursing and Management Program will focus on business and entrepreneurship, said Dr. Rey.
The Entrepreneurs in Business and Entrepreneurs Management will give students the chance to apply their ideas for business to real-life problems and challenges.
For students, the course will be a mix of classes taught by faculty members and students themselves.
There will be more opportunities to get involved in entrepreneurship.
The first year of the Entrepreneurus program will provide a four-week business class to get students to work in real-time on a team, and students will have the opportunity to pitch ideas, read ideas and build prototypes.
In the second year, the program will focus more on real-word solutions to real problems.
Students will be introduced to the concepts of business strategy and market intelligence.
In an effort to bring students closer to the business process, the school is also offering a course called the “Formal Business Process,” which will focus primarily on the theory of business.
In the first year, students will study in a conference room and have to take a three-hour practice exam.
Students will also learn how the school uses technology to analyze their work and work in teams, Mr Reedy said.