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Major in Entrepreneurship

Considering owning your own business OR want to make an impact in any organization?

The major in Entrepreneurship offers exciting opportunities for students interested in business ownership, innovation, and new ventures. It can also be tailored to fit specific needs and combined with another major.

The Entrepreneurship major examines the following disciplines from an Entrepreneurial Perspective:

  • Business communications
  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Management
  • Economics
  • Accounting
  • Information systems

Students will enjoy:

  • Being mentored by entrepreneurial leaders
  • Taking specialized courses
  • Working with internships that give real world experience
  • Learning how to start and operate a successful business

Requirements for the Entrepreneurship Major:

In addition to the foundational core and Reeves School of Business professional core, the following courses are required:

  • BUS 3150: Business and Society
  • BUS 3000: Personal Finance
  • BUS 4650: New Venture Capital
  • ENP 3010/BUS 3010: Entrepreneurship
  • ENP 3100: Managing a Family Business
  • ENP 3300: International Entrepreneurship
  • ENP 3600: New Product Innovation and Commercialization
  • ENP 4700: Entrepreneurial Internship
  • MKT 4200: Professional Selling

View Degree Checksheets (2014-15): Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship

Checksheets (2013-14) are also available for the B.S. in Entrepreneurship with optional Reeves School of Business concentrations in PGA Golf Management, Professional Tennis Management, and Sport Management.

Sample Four Year Plan: 2013-14 Curriculum

Students entering the program in the 2014-15 school year will have a revised four-year plan once it becomes available.


Pam Biermann, Assistant Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship, Instructor of Business Administration


Office: Center For Entrepreneurship, Trustees 101