The University of Michigan-Flint School of Management (SOM) is unveiling a new major this fall as part of its burgeoning entrepreneurship and innovation offerings.
The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management major blends the expertise of the school’s marketing and management faculty, and covers an array of issues, such as product design, business start-ups, technological innovation, marketing research, project management, and negotiation skills.
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By ROBERT GOLD On August 10, 2015 5:48 pm
It started off as a hobby.
Greg Hooper, who grew up learning how to woodwork from his dad, received a lathe late last year.
And shortly after getting this gift, a visitor stopped into his uncle’s lumber yard in Holly, where Hooper works.
“A gentleman came into the lumber yard with a wooden pen,” said Hooper, who is studying entrepreneurial management through the School of Management (SOM). “I asked him how he made it, where he got the wood, and got the parts.”
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