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University of Montana Entrepreneur class to launch this summer

April 20, 2005View for printing

For all those students who want to open a business but never had the necessary business classes, finally, there is a solution.

A new five-week program offered by the University of Montana business school will debut this summer for students who have never taken Business Administration 101.

“We did not find that any school anywhere in the country offered anything like this,” said Dr. Clyde Neu, one of three professors behind the new program.

He said other deans in the University have requested a program like this for a long time for students who do not choose to make business their major but want to open and operate their own businesses.

“It would encompass physical therapy students who want to start a professional office and law students who want to open a firm,” Neu said. The program, called the Montana Business Development Initiative, will cost $1,895 and will begin on May 23. It will run through June 24. Two classes, one in the morning and one later in the afternoon, will introduce ways for students to develop their ideas, fund their businesses and present their ideas to potential investors.

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Interested parties should contact Clyde Neu at MDBI@business.umt.edu, (800) 252-3581 or (406) 243-2097.
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