Our innovative program gives you a strong foundation in sound business practices, sharpens your business management skills and teaches you how to think like an entrepreneur. You’ll work on team and individual projects to develop and improve business ideas and also have the opportunity to promote the feasibility of your ideas in regional and national business plan competitions.
Course options include a wide breadth of topics, such as Entrepreneurial Creativity, Opportunity Recognition and Negotiation, and Supply Chain Management. You’ll learn from a rich network of faculty and staff that provides the guidance necessary to launch a business or join a bourgeoning company.
In the classroom, during internships and at networking events, you can tap into the expertise and experience of local and national company executives, as well as small business owners who have achieved success.
Curriculum and Requirements
BS in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management Curriculum
Students majoring in entrepreneurship are required to complete 125 credits.
|Business Core Curriculum|
|Complete the Business Core Curriculum||46|
|Complete the University Curriculum for School of Business||37|
|Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management Core|
|ENT 210||Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship||3|
|ENT 250||Entrepreneurial Skills||3|
|ENT 310||Entrepreneurial Creativity||3|
|ENT 320||Small Business Marketing||3|
|ENT 330||Entrepreneurial Finance||3|
|ENT 340||Opportunity Recognition and Negotiation||3|
|ENT 410||Business Plan Creation||3|
|ENT 488||Entrepreneurship Internship||3|
|Complete one of the following options:||6|
& ENT 430
|Entrepreneurial Implementation I|
and Entrepreneurial Implementation II
Select two of the following entrepreneurship electives:
|Special Topics in Entrepreneurship|
|Business Plan Competition|
|Introduction to Global Entrepreneurship|
|Supply Chain Logistics and Technology|
|International Microloan Funding|
|Select 12 credits||12|