Entrepreneurial Management Major
Bachelor of Science Degree
Innovate and launch your dream
If you don’t take no for an answer and your favorite questions are “what if?” and “why not?”, a career as an entrepreneur could be your destiny.
The Entrepreneurial Management major is an ideal choice for creative, problem-solvers who love to learn, and can turn weaknesses into areas of strength and perceived threats into opportunities. In addition to teaching you what you need to know to be an entrepreneur and launch the business of your dreams, you can also expand your career opportunities as an intrapreneur, an employee recruited to innovate and manage change within a larger corporation.
Here’s what you’ll LEARN:
You will begin your studies in Entrepreneurial Management by taking a variety of liberal arts classes in addition to core business courses. You will learn to see challenges from the small business owner's point of view and then branch into courses focused on topics unique to the individual who rises to the challenge of what it means to be an entrepreneur.
Courses include a study of entrepreneurship; understanding, leading and strategizing the unique skills and abilities of the people within an organization; appreciating and leveraging the economic importance of entrepreneurship; marketing your entrepreneurial venture; and determining financing options for entrepreneurial ventures.
Here’s what you can DO:
- Franchise Owner
- Retail Store Manager
- Small Business Owner
- Students will possess a clear understanding of the relationship between the functional areas of business
- Students will be proficient in the use of technology common to business practices
- Students will gain an understanding on how to communicate and act in a professional manner
- Students will be able to operate in a team building environment and interact with other business students
- Students will be able to think critically in business situations
- Students will be able to apply theory and organize solutions to business related problems
- Working knowledge of historical periods and literary movements in British, American, and World literatures.
- Familiarity with major authors and works in the British, American, and World traditions.
- Strong skills in written and oral communication in English, including history, grammar, and usage.
- Familiarity with contemporary and past critical methodologies in literary studies.
- Well-developed research, critical thinking, and analytical skills.
- Knowledge of major literary genres and conventions.
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