Entrepreneurial Management

The College of Business Administration offers a curriculum leading to the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree with a major in entrepreneurial management. The curriculum is intended to provide the student with a background to tackle all aspects of a small business or entrepreneurial endeavor. The entrepreneur faces unique situations and needs a variety of skills to meet the challenges these situations present. Our program builds the skills necessary to the successful development of a business enterprise and includes courses in human resource management, marketing research, customer relationship marketing, leadership, and motivation.

With a degree in entrepreneurial management, students are prepared to start and manage their own business or work for companies in an entrepreneurial role.

Junior Year First Semester: 16 credits

BUS 315 (3), 341 (3), 345 (3), 365 (3), 390 (1), and one liberal elective (3).

Second semester: 15 credits

BUS 320 (3), 342 (3), 355 (3), 367 (3), and one liberal elective (3).

Senior Year First Semester: 15 credits

BUS 441 (3), 443 (3), 449 (3), 467 (3), and one liberal elective (3).

Second semester: 15 credits

BUS 445 [capstone] (3), 448 (3), 450 (3), and two liberal electives (6).