BS Entrepreneurship

The B.S. in Entrepreneurship program is designed to engage students to think entrepreneurially while they learn how to execute their vision efficiently and effectively. Entrepreneurship majors will learn how to prepare and execute a comprehensive strategy for launching a new venture. The venture can be in any organizational context – large or small, new or existing, non-profit or for-profit. The entrepreneurial process of value creation through innovation remains the same regardless of the context or the ultimate goal.

Students will interact extensively with the business community both inside and outside the classroom and produce a plan that is both defensible to potential investors and actionable in the real world.

Program Curriculum

Course # Course Name Credits
Major Requirements
(48 Credits)
ENT 101 Foundations of Entrepreneurship
ENT 13 Entrepreneurial Ventures
ENT 15 Idea to Enterprise 3
ENT 17 Social Entrepreneurship Consulting
ENT 61 Entrepreneurship in Management
ENT 71 Entrepreneurship Capstone
ENT 81 Entrepreneurship Seminar 3
ACC 11 Accounting Principles I
DA 118 Data Analytics in Excel
FIN 11 Principles of Finance I
LAW 13 Legal Environment of Business
MAN 11 Principles of Management
MAN 16 Business Communication
MKT 11 Marketing Principles and Practices
QAS 20 Business Statistics
ORC 1 Public Speaking
 Choose 12 credits from any of the following subject areas: ACC, AI, DA, FIN, LAW, MAN, MIS, MKT, QAS
Liberal Arts and Sciences Electives 
(27-28 Credits) *

Course # Course Name Credits
Required Core Courses 
(32-33 Credits)
POST 101 Post Foundations 1
FY First-Year Seminar 3
ENG 1** Writing 1 3
ENG 2** Writing 2 3
MTH 5 Quantitative Reasoning 3-4 
Choose one course from each of the five below course clusters and one additional course from one of the clusters.
Scientific Inquiry & the Natural World
Creativity Media & the Arts 3
Perspectives on World Culture 3
Self, Society & Ethics 3
Power, Institutions & Structures (ECO 10 Required) 3
One additional course from one of the five above clusters. (ECO 11 Required) 3

* Some courses may count as core and others as electives.

** In addition to ENG 1 and 2, students take at least 3 more writing intensive (WAC) courses as part of their major, core, or elective courses.  ENG 303 and 304 can satisfy the ENG 1 and 2 requirement for students in the Honors College.

Credit Requirements
Total Major Requirement Credits 30
Total Elective Major Credits (Including Concentration)
Total Elective Liberal Arts & Sciences Credits 27-28
Total Core Requirement Credits 32-33
Total Degree Credits 120