Entrepreneurship Concentration

 

To complete the entrepreneurship concentration, students must take three required 3-credit courses and earn at least three additional credits through electives.

 

Required courses: 

  • Exploring Entrepreneurship – MGBU 3226 (open to students pursuing any major)
  • Innovation and Resilience - MGBU 3227
  • Executing the Entrepreneurial Vision – MGBU 3228

Click here for descriptions of these required courses.

 

Plus three credits’ worth of elective courses, such as:

  • Sustainable Business – MGBU 3430 (3 credits)
  • Social Entrepreneurship – MGBU 3446 (3 credits)
  • Entrepreneurship & Fair Trade – MGBU 4004 (3 credits)
  • Fair Trade and Microfinance – MGBU 4001 (3 credits)
  • Intro to Tech-Based Ventures – MGBU 3229 (1.5 credits)
  • Social Media for Startups – MGBU 3231 (1.5 credits)
  • Small Business Finance – FNBU 4449 (3 credits)
  • Venture Capital – FNBU 4456 (3 credits)

Click here for descriptions of these electives. Not every elective runs in every semester, to keep the entrepreneurship program nimble and to provide a diverse range of offerings over time.