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BUS 2255: Entrepreneurship

Course Guide for BUS 2255 Entrepreneurship.

Disclaimer (from the CAS)

*Note: Every student at Berkeley College is expected to learn the MLA (Modern Language Association) or APA (American Psychological Association) format and to apply it correctly when creating their academic papers and assignments. This includes in-text citations (citations within the body of the paper) as well as the Works Cited  or References page at the end of the document. The following info is intended to help students find Works Cited (MLA) or References (APA) citations from library databases, but will not assist them to create accurate in-text citations. In addition, Berkeley College cannot guarantee the accuracy of any vendor-generated citations. Therefore, please double check all database-generated citations for accuracy. To learn more about writing MLA or APA formatted citations, please review the APA or MLA pages in this Writing & Citing LibGuide.

Tips for locating APA/MLA style Citations during your research- Library Databases

Where to find Preformatted APA/MLA Citations in Berkeley's Library databases