In the Entrepreneurship Concentration, students develop their entrepreneurial mindset in a way that fits their individual interests and ambitions. They learn the knowledge and skills needed to create a new business, to start a new social enterprise, launch a new venture in a corporate setting, and or refresh an existing enterprise.
Entrepreneurship Concentration Requirements:
Students concentrating in Entrepreneurship must maintain an average GPA of 2.5 or higher in their concentration courses. Given the multidisciplinary nature of entrepreneurship, all students pursing a concentration in Entrepreneurship are required to have an additional concentration in any field. Students who are launching businesses before graduation may apply for a waiver from the department chair of this requirement.
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"In classes we learn a lot about the fundamentals of entrepreneurship and there are also boot camps and start-up competitions to apply those lessons to real-world problem solving."Luke TylerClass of 2022
In addition, students must complete the following:
Required Entrepreneurship Foundation Courses (6 credits):
- BMGT 4640 Introduction to Entrepreneurship – students learn the knowledge and skills required of entrepreneurs in start-up, corporate and social venture situations, including creating or discovering and analyzing opportunities; designing business models that integrate the triple bottom line; as well as writing a formal business plan. (prerequisite BMGT 2501)
- BMGT 4565 Innovation and Entrepreneurship – students learn the creativity, innovation, prototyping and problem solving skills needed for successful entrepreneurship in any context. (prerequisitve BMGT 2501)
Required Entrepreneurship Focus Courses (choose 1 course for 3 credits):
- BMGT 3442 Social Entrepreneurship – students learn how to apply entrepreneurship concepts to address social issues, with an emphasis on the triple bottom line. Prerequisites: BMGT 4640, BMGT 4565.
- BMGT 4566 Starting a Business – using the principle effectuation and the concept of minimum viable product, students start the launch of a business or nonprofit. Prerequisites: BMGT 4640, BMGT 4565.
Entrepreneurship Application Course (Choose 1 course for 3 credits):
After completing the Required Entrepreneurship Foundation courses, students will select one of the following application courses. The courses allow students to apply entrepreneurship concepts in a context related to their own personal career objectives.
- BMGT 4602 Directed Research Entrepreneurship
- BMGT 4654 Internship in Entrepreneurship – students will apply entrepreneurial skills as they work in a start-up, established business organization or nonprofit.
- BMGT 4567 Entrepreneurship Lab Students will leverage the resources available on campus (e.g., 3-D printer, focus group room, graphic design department) to turn their innovative idea into a company or nonprofit through real-world hands-on learning and intensive mentoring and feedback. The class is geared for students who already have a business idea or a fledgling startup, and desire to get to the next level.
Entrepreneurship Elective Course (Choose 1 course for 3 credits):
(note: this list includes the same courses as the electives for the Certificate in Entrepreneurial Studies)
- BMKT/BMGT 4629 Sales and Personal Selling
- BMGT 4566 Starting a Business (if BMGT 3442 Social Entrepreneurship is taken as the focus course)
- BMGT 3442 Social Entrepreneurship (if BMGT 4566 Starting a Business is taken as the focus course)
- BLAW 4310 NA Advanced Topics (Law and Entrepreneurship)
- BMGT 3524 Doing Business in India
- BMGT 4552 China in the Global Economy
- BMGT 4560 Project Management
- BMGT 4562 Negotiation
- BMGT/BSPM 4535 The Management of Sport Organizations
- BMKT 4625 Retail Marketing
- BMKT 4631 Advertising Management
- BMKT 4633 Product Management and Development
- BMKT 4637 Services Marketing
- BFIN 4251/BAAC 3116 Financial Statement Analysis
- BFIN 3211 Financial Strategy
- BMGT 3641/BITM 3741 Supply Chain Management
- BACC 3115 Cost Accounting
- BMKT 3611 Marketing Research
- BMKT 4612 Quantitative Marketing Research
Students who do not wish to pursue the Concentration in Entrepreneurship may instead the Undergraduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship.
Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies advances hands-on entrepreneurial learning and fosters an entrepreneurial spirit in our students. The business community and alumni entrepreneurs help shape curriculum and mentor students to prepare them for entrepreneurial endeavors, whether they work for a large corporation, mid-sized company or a start-up.
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