Entrepreneurship equips undergraduate students from any background or area of study with the necessary skills and experience to translate ideas into real impact in the arts, sciences, commercial, and social areas in the key elements of financial management, planning, and strategy for entrepreneurship.
The entrepreneurship track combines academic coursework and experiential learning with a focus on entrepreneurial leadership, innovation and creativity, opportunity recognition and assessment, and strategic business planning. Students develop their critical thinking, professional communication, and leadership skills through accommodation of academic projects and cocurricular activities.
Entrepreneurial education is focused on equipping students to be involved in professional environments and focuses at is core on an approach that values immersive experiences.
Plan of Study*
|ENT 405||Financial Management in the Small Business||3-0-3|
|ENT 410||Business Law for Small Business and Entrepreneurs||3-0-3|
|ENT 415||Small Business: Structure, Planning, Funding||3-0-3|
|ENT 420||Evaluating New Business Opportunities||3-0-3|
|ENT 425||Small Business and Entrepreneurial Planning||3-0-3|
|ENT 430||Small Business Marketing||3-0-3|
|ENT 435||Critical Thinking & Decision Making in Business||2-0-2|
|ENT 440||Statistics for Decision Making||3-0-3|
|ENT 445||Entrepreneurship Capstone||2-0-2|
*Each course has a series of numbers that defines the course. The first number represents the number of lecture hours per week; the second represents the number of lab hours; the third number presents the clinical hours per week; the last number represents the number of credit hours assigned to the course.