Entrepreneurship BBA

The general business entrepreneurship concentration prepares students who are interested in one day starting and running their own businesses. You'll earn a Bachelor of Business Administration degree when you complete the program.

Is Entrepreneurship Right for You?

  • Are you self confident?
  • Can you be flexible at work?
  • Are you a risk taker?
  • Do you consider yourself good at managing money?

Choose On-Campus or Online

Earn your entrepreneurship degree on-campus or completely online. Choose the option that's made for you.

Entrepreneurship Courses

As an entrepreneurship major, you'll take courses such as:
  • Cost Accounting
  • Economics of Entrepreneurship
  • Intermediate Financial Management
  • Human Resources Management
  • Seminar on Entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurial Market Opportunities

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Required Courses

What Path Will You Take After Graduation?

The most common path for entrepreneurship majors upon graduation is to open a business. But a general business degree with an entrepreneurship focus provides a solid foundation in business topics. This foundation leads to a variety of possible careers.

Careers for Entrepreneurship Grads:

  • Business owners
  • Store managers
  • Chief executive officers
  • Sales experts