Major in Entrepreneurship Management | BS in Entrepreneurial Management Degree Program
You have the ability to see innovative ways to improve on the status quo and beat the competition. You’ve often told people that you want to own and run your own business. You are an entrepreneur at heart – and now you can learn to become an entrepreneur in life.
Entrepreneurial studies teach you how to build, market and manage you own business or apply that innovation in a corporate setting to develop productivity. You’ll learn concepts ranging from management and marketing to finance, leadership and business administration.
Study Entrepreneurship at Urbana University
Most people choose an entrepreneurship management degree so they can run their own small business startup. Others choose to use those skills as a business professional for a nonprofit or a large corporation.
As an Urbana student, you won’t find a better mentoring experience—or faculty more eager to share the depth and breadth of their knowledge and experience.
We teach you to think creatively and prepare you for the dramatically different skill set needed to be an entrepreneur. Your capstone experience equips you with a business plan to set your goals and dreams in motion.
Meet Dr. Bill Blizzard | Faculty Spotlight
Dr. Bill Blizzard brings a wealth of experience to Urbana University classrooms. From military officer and military pilot to corporate owner and president, his professional experience spans 30 years in operations management.
- 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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