For students who wish to start their own businesses, provides exposure to the development and testing of business concepts, and formulating and implementing business plans that will assist in the establishment and growth of these new ventures.
Any business course at a 3000 - 4000 level that has not been used to meet any other primary major requirements.
Free Electives from Any College - Credits: 27
21 (or 24*) of the 27 required hours must be 3000 - 4000 level which have not been used to meet any other requirement.
Courses from any college at any level - Credits: 6 (or 3*)
Courses from any college at 3000 - 4000 level - Credits: 21 (or 24*)
* If MGT 2030 is selected as the Entrepreneurship Elective
The Entrepreneurship major is designed to assist students who wish to start their own businesses by providing them with exposure to the development and testing of business concepts. Analyzing the potential success of their concepts using a variety of tools and techniques, being flexible in developing new businesses and innovative ideas, and formulating and implementing business plans that will assist in the establishment and growth of these new ventures. The major provides students with exposure to issues involving family firms such as governance, succession and interpersonal relationships in both new ventures and established firms and prepares students to 1) start new businesses, 2) innovate in their own family firms and/or 3) be entrepreneurial in an existing business.