BUS105: Writing Your Business Plan
In this course, you will learn the different concepts involved in developing a business proposal/plan. You will also learn about the various funding sources available to startup companies. You will have the opportunity to work within teams in collaboration toward developing a business plan and executing the plan through the form of a presentation. You will collaborate with your teammates throughout this course. The purpose of this course is to help you develop entrepreneurial skills by fostering commitment to teamwork, innovative thought, and business research.
This course aims to help students learn the fundamental aspects of business management. Students will prepare for and participate effectively with classmates, building on each other’s ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively. Additionally, students will present information, findings, and supporting evidence in such a way that listeners can follow the line of reasoning, and the organization, development, and style are appropriate to the task, purpose, and audience.
You will need to access your student portal every week to complete the assignments and engage in the weekly Zoom discussions. All reading material will be provided to you in your lesson tab. This class involves outside research.
EARNING POTENTIAL UPON COMPLETION
FIRST COURSE DATE & TIME
September 14, 2022, from 11:00 am to 11:55 am PST
LAST COURSE DATE & TIME
January 18, 2022, from 11:00 am to 11:55 am PST
This instructor accepts charter school funds.
Respect each other. The most important rule for our class is to respect one another. You do not need to agree with someone to communicate respectfully. Let’s keep this in mind when we interact with one another.
Be prepared for each lesson. Students must complete the assigned work and research for each week to earn points. It will help you get the most benefit out of this course if you take the activities seriously and put in the effort to learn. Additionally, you are encouraged to reach out to your instructor for additional guidance.
Basic research skills. This course is for students who have a basic working knowledge of online research. You should know how to employ proper online search techniques to conduct effective research.
Enjoy the class. Being prepared is essential, but you should never forget to enjoy your experiences. This class will help you achieve your goals by introducing you to valuable tools and resources and presenting information you can continue to utilize throughout your life.
I recommend students use the following applications to supplement the learning process:
- Microsoft Word
- Adobe Acrobat
- Adobe Acrobat DC
How to download and complete your assignments:
There are two versions of your assignment, a Microsoft Word version, and a PDF version. You can download the files, and type in the information using Microsoft Word, Adobe Acrobat, or another PDF editing software.
You can also print the worksheet and handwrite your answers, scan it back or take a picture and submit it to your instructor. If you have any issues accessing any of the files, reach out to your instructor.