Bachelor of Science in Business and Administration with a major in entrepreneurial management.
The entrepreneurial management major is designed for students who are interested in concepts related to starting and growing a business. Additionally, when combined with another business major, this major will help a student develop an entrepreneurial perspective relevant to any field. Students learn the process for new product or service concept generation, feasibility analysis and implementation and gain understanding in the leadership and management qualities of entrepreneurs.
Students are required to complete at least 124 credits. At least 42 of these credits must be taken in courses numbered 100 or above.
During their first year, students typically focus on building a liberal arts foundation prior to pursuing the business core and major courses. These first-year courses may include accounting, business law, economics, English, mathematics, rhetoric and communication studies, and electives. The following table provides a list of courses for the major.
Introduction to Psychology
Profit planning and Control
ACCT 042 and IS 044
Planning and Control of Operations
IS 044, MGMT 120, and STAT 072
MGMT 175 or
Employee and Industrial Relations
MKTG 106 or
Promotional Management Sales
MKTG 101 and STAT 071
BLAW 180 or
Legal Issues of Business Org.
Creating a Company
ACCT 090, ENTR 090, and MKTG 101
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