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Business Administration with Concentration in Entrepreneurial Studies

Bachelor of Science

The B.S. in Business Administration, Entrepreneurial Studies Concentration integrates classroom and real world through a dynamic mix of leading-edge knowledge, involvement with successful entrepreneurs, and hands-on development of the key skills such as creativity, market focus, and business planning that are essential to successful ventures. Student learning goals represent the basic knowledge and skills necessary to understand the processes for assessing needs and opportunities in a market, translating an idea into a product or service, and developing a formal business plan, which includes an analysis of funding and of the scalability of the proposed solution.

Minimum credit hours required: 120

Suggested Sequence of Courses
Freshman Year
Fall Semester Credits
College Algebra (MAT 111) or GE Elective 3
Critical Writing I (ENG 175) 3
Desktop Apps - MS Word (ITG 148) or GE Elective (110-299) 3
Humanities I (HUM 103) 3
Introduction to Psychology (PSY 160) 3
Spring Semester Credits
Critical Writing II (ENG 176) 3
Desktop Apps - MS Excel (ITG 149) or GE Elective 3
Humanities II (HUM 104) 3
Introduction to Sociology (SOC 161) 3
Precalculus (MAT 136) 3
Sophomore Year
Fall Semester Credits
Accounting Principles I (ACC 206) 3
Calculus I (MAT 298) 3
Finite Math (MAT 234) 3
Microeconomics (ECO 200) 3
GE Elective (110-299) 3
Spring Semester Credits
Accounting Principles II (ACC 207) 3
Calculus II (MAT 299) 3
Macroeconomics (ECO 201) 3
GE Elective (110-299) 3
HUM or SS Elective (110-299) 3
Junior Year
Fall Semester Credits
Applied Business Statistics (STA 326) 3
Management & Organizational Behavior (MGT 303) 3
Marketing Management (MKT 305) 3
Entrepreneurship & Business Innovation (MGT 320) 3
BUS Elective (300-400) 3
Spring Semester Credits
Human Resource Management (MGT 428) 3
Financial Management (FIN 333) 3
Project Management (IT 353) 3
BUS Elective (300-400) 3
GE Elective (300-400) 3
Senior Year
Fall Semester Credits
Business Law I (LAW 431) 3
Entrepreneurship (FIN 460) 3
Presentation & Debate I (ENG 485) 3
Research & Writing I (ENG 465) 3
BUS Elective (300-400) 3
Spring Semester Credits
Business Law II (LAW 432) 3
Business Policy & Strategy (MGT 492) 3
Presentation & Debate II (ENG 486) 3
Research Writing II (ENG 466) 3
Managing Entrepreneurship & Small Firms (MGT 472) 3

Effective Fall 2016