Interested in owning and operating a business venture?
Students who are interested in serving entrepreneurial ventures in capacities such as consultants, bankers, accountants, marketing professionals, or real estate specialists may also have an interest in this option.
The Entrepreneurship concentration has a practical emphasis designed to assist students in developing and operating their new and/or small ventures.
Courses lead students through the different processes of getting into business, address important operating issues relevant to the running of day-to-day activities of a venture, and discuss the important topic of planning for business growth and development.
CIEF provides students with business fundamentals, opportunities through elevator pitch and business plan competitions, and experience running a student-owned business.
Academically, the focus is on educating students who are interested in pursuing an entrepreneurial career that impacts the global business community.
The center also provides advisory services to startups and small business entities throughout the region.
Entrepreneurship Concentration Courses
ENTR 3710 Entrepreneurial Foundations
FNBK 3330 Entrepreneurial Finance
ENTR 4730 New Venture Formation
Required for Sales-Focused Courses:
ENTR/MKT 4760 Selling in an Entrepreneurial Context
or MKT 3100 Professional Selling
MGMT 4330 Project Management
ENTR 4740 Technology and Innovation Management
MGMT 4000 Special Topics in Management
MKT 4000 Special Topics in Marketing
ENTR 4750 Social Entrepreneurship