Entrepreneurship Major

2014-15 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

The Love School of Business offers the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree with a major in Entrepreneurship, which is primarily administered by the Department of Marketing and Entrepreneurship. At least 50 percent of the business credit hours required for the degree must be earned at Elon University.

The degree requires 73-76 semester hours through the following courses:

Select one course from the following: 4 sh
MTH 116 Applied Calculus  
MTH 151 Calculus I  
Must complete the following LSB core requirements:  
ECO 111 Principles of Economics 4 sh
ECO 203 Statistics for Decision-Making 4 sh
ACC 201 Principles of Financial Accounting 4 sh
ACC 212 Principles of Managerial Accounting 4 sh
CIS 211 Management Information Systems 4 sh
BUS 202 Business Communications 4 sh
BUS 221 Legal and Ethical Environment of Business 4 sh
BUS 326 Operations and Supply Chain Management 4 sh
FIN 343 Principles of Finance 4 sh
MKT 311 Principles of Marketing 4 sh
MGT 323
Principles of Management &
Organizational Behavior
4 sh
BUS 381 Internship in Business 1-4 sh                 
BUS 465 Business Policy 4 sh



In addition to the core requirements, students
must complete the following courses:
ENT 250 Creativity & the Doer/
Maker Mindset
4 sh
ENT 340 Entrepreneurial Finance 4 sh
ENT 460 Bringing the Venture to Life 4 sh
ECO 301 Business Economics 4 sh
Select one course from the following: 4 sh
ENT 355 Entrepreneurship for the Greater Good  
MGT 423 Innovation Dynamics  
MKT 412 New Products Development and Branding  
ENT 490 Startup Implementation  
A course approved by the Marketing & Entrepreneurship Chair. Contact chair for preapproved list.




Notes: Students completing majors in both Entrepreneurship and
Marketing may not apply MKT 412 to both majors.

Students completing majors in both Entrepreneurship and Management may not apply MGT 423 to both majors.

Students with double majors in Finance and either Management, Marketing or Entrepreneurship may take ECO 301 in lieu of ECO 310.

Entrepreneurship majors need to complete their approved internship in an area of entrepreneurship. The internships may include, but are not limited to, new venture entrepreneurship, corporate entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship and venture finance. This requirement will be addressed through advising and coordinated with the LSB internship coordinator.

This page was updated July 3, 2014.