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Fall 2017 Course Information
Business Management of Horticulture Enterprises

Course Description
TTU - Principles of management, marketing, structures, and distribution for retail nursery establishments will be learned. Students will complete a nursery startup proposal. UNL- Entrepreneurial process will be leaned and used to prepare a written business plan for a horticulture-related enterprise and presented in a PowerPoint format with voice-over narration. Basic accounting principles needed to manage a horticulture firm will be gained and used to prepare a marketing plan.
Contacts
Instructor

David Lambe
Office: 402-472-1125
dLambe1@unl.edu

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Disability Support Services

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Textbooks

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Course Access

Canvas at UNL

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Exam Proctor

This course does not require an exam proctor.

Synchronous Components

This course does not include synchronous components.

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