BSBA in Entrepreneurship


Channel your creativity to create the life you want to lead

Whether you want to start your own business, manage a family business, or grow in an existing organization you’ll need to develop a comprehensive view of how organizations are formed and change. Our major in Entrepreneurship will equip you to successfully navigate the complex landscape of planning, starting, and managing a successful business—or help an existing one innovate and grow.

What You’ll Learn

As a student in the program, you will learn how to engage in the process of value creation, regardless of the organization. You’ll also learn how to think outside the box, develop unique and viable business models, and make informed decisions in fast-paced and constantly evolving environments.

Key knowledge areas and skills include:

  • entrepreneurial marketing
  • fundraising, venture capital, and financial management
  • small business management
  • creative problem-solving and strategic thinking
  • data analysis and AI for innovation and decision-making
  • teambuilding and leadership
Career Prospects

As an Entrepreneurship major, you’ll acquire the tools, skills, and knowledge to start your own business or manage an existing one. But an entrepreneurial mindset and the skills that go with it are valuable assets wherever you’re working in the business. Many companies are looking for individuals who can innovate within their roles and develop ideas for new initiatives. The degree prepares students for operational roles in industries such as hospitality, retail, manufacturing, shipping, financial institutions, and technology.

BSBA in Entrepreneurship


  • Business Core Curriculum

    13 courses | 39 credits

  • Courses in the Major

    8 courses | 24 credits

  • General Education

    14 courses | 40 credits

  • Free Electives

    6 courses | 18 credits

Business Core Curriculum

Business Core Required

9 courses | 27 credits

  • Introduction to Accounting and Costing
  • Advanced Microeconomic Theory
  • Advanced Macroeconomic Theory
  • Principles of Management
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Principles of Business Finance
  • Business Analytics for Decision Making
  • Human Resource Management
  • Business Capstone
Business Core Electives (select 4)

4 courses | 12 credits

  • Business Law
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Management Information Systems
  • Operations Management & Performance
  • New Technology Ventures
  • Project Management for Business
  • Supply Chain Management
  • ESG in Business
  • Foundations of European Business
  • Internship

Entrepreneurship Major

Entrepreneurship Major Required

6 courses | 18 credits

  • Small Business Management
  • Entrepreneurship and New Ventures
  • New Technology Ventures
  • Entrepreneurial Finance
  • Artificial Intelligence and Digital Innovation
  • Foundations of Entrepreneurial Management
Entrepreneurship Electives (select 2)

2 courses | 6 credits

  • Innovation and New Product Development
  • Venture Growth Strategies
  • Foundations of European Business

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