Introduction to Livestock Business Strategy

1 credit hours | Starts September 14
Overview

Business Strategy is taught in business schools around the world. The purpose of this course is to provide veterinary students with the business concepts needed to help them run a successful business after graduation. Instructor Peter Foreman, a business professor at Illinois State University College of Business, delivers the same lectures provided in his business strategy course. Then Dr. Jim Lowe, associate professor in veterinary clinical medicine, sits down with Professor Foreman to discuss how the business concepts taught in the course are applicable to a veterinary livestock business, giving a “reality check” to the material.

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The purpose of this course is to educate students on key concepts taught by business schools to give them a better understanding of how a business makes money and how to thrive in a  competitive market. 

The summer session ends on August 31st. You can sign up for the fall session by clicking here or clicking the Enroll button to the right.

What You'll Learn 

  1. Understand the basic business strategy concepts 
  2. Analyze your current industry external and internal environment

Enrollment

Academic departments wishing to enroll their students, please contact the i-Learning Center at ilearningvetmed@illinois.edu.

Students may enroll themselves to by selecting "enroll now" 

Price

$100/student 

Class Instructor
MBA, PHD
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