Business - Entrepreneurship
While learning fundamentals in entrepreneurship, you'll develop skills for real-life situations. You'll also have the opportunity to network with area business leaders as a part of your coursework. All classes are taught by faculty with both a Masters degree and professional experience.
Choose the entrepreneurship concentration of the business program and you’ll receive comprehensive instruction in skills to become an entrepreneur. You will explore basic management functions, marketing and advertising, concepts in salesmanship, and the first step in opening a business—the written business plan. Three to six credit hours of cooperative internship work experience is required, depending on your work history.