ENTR 8156 GEOGRAPHY, GENDER AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP (3 credits)
An advanced seminar focused on links among geography, gender and work, emphasizing leadership and entrepreneurship. The course considers theory and method in addition to empirical work. The nature of space, of gender, and of work, are examined. Topics include the gendering of work, the geography of entrepreneurship, gender and leadership. (Cross-listed with ENTR 4150, GEOG 4150, GEOG 8156, WGST 4150, WGST 8156)
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Junior, senior, or graduate standing, or permission of instructor.
ENTR 8716 COMPARATIVE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION (3 credits)
Comparative International Development and Innovation will analyze the rise and fall of civilizations from a historical and theoretical perspective in a comparative manner. The course will address issues concerning political, social, economic, and environmental change in national, and international contexts. Among its major emphases are state institutions, economic growth, entrepreneurship, and the transformation of social structure and culture. (Cross-listed with ENTR 4710, PSCI 4710, PSCI 8716).