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07:557:201 Pain in the Assets? Finance and Entrepreneurship for the Arts

Rutgers Arts Online

Online Interdisciplinary Courses

07:557:201
Pain in the Assets? Finance and Entrepreneurship for the Arts

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The course teaches personal and entrepreneurial financial management concepts. It is designed for nonbusiness majors who have already commenced or are contemplating single- and multi-person ventures.

Personal financial management topics include goal setting and prioritization; cash management; budgeting; acquiring, managing, and protecting credit in its varying forms; saving and investing; planning for major purchases; evaluating alternative insurance products; and strategies for overcoming financial adversity.

Entrepreneurial financial management topics include understanding the risks and responsibilities that are associated with that undertaking; devising business, strategic and operating plans and budgets; selecting legal, financial, managerial, and promotional advisory firms; choosing an appropriate legal structure for the enterprise; managing financial performance and assessing progress; managing various forms of risk; protecting intellectual property; managing freelance activity; strategies for borrowing money and soliciting investments; overcoming financial adversity; and organizing sales and transfers of business interests.

3 Credits

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Peggy Reed
Instructor
Arts Online
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Mitchell D. Weiss
Instructor
Arts Online
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