Entrepreneurship Concentration

The Entrepreneurship concentration provides students with a combination of theoretical and practical exposure to entrepreneurship. Case study is the principal teaching method, supplemented by lectures, project work, and guest speakers.

The concentration consists of three classes/nine credits. The required courses include two core classes (6 credits), and one elective class (3 credits).

 

Entrepreneurship Core Requirements
(6 credits)

Course # Title Credits
29:382:302 Introduction to Entrepreneurship 3
29:382:303 Managing Growing Ventures 3

 

Electives
(3 credits)

Course # Title Credits
29:382:340 Creativity, Innovation, & Entrepreneurship 3
29:382:496 Entrepreneurship Practicum 3
29:382:355 Managing Technological Innovation 3
29:382:352 Multicultural Market 3
29:382:486 Music Industry 3
29:382:310 Social Entrepreneurship 3
29:382:360 Technology Ventures 3
29:382:342 Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development 3

For more information

Please contact Alfred E. Blake IV, Assistant Director of Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Programs.