2014-15 Entrepreneurship concentration requirements 

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  
ECO 111 Principles of Economics 4 sh
ECO 203 Statistics for Decision Making 4 sh
ECO 301 Business Economics 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 2 sh
MKT 311 Principles of Marketing 4 sh
MGT 323 Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior 4 sh
BUS 326 Operations and Supply Chain Management 4 sh
BUS 465 Business Policy 4 sh
FIN 343 Principles of Finance 4 sh
ENT 250 Creativity and the Doer/Maker Mindset 4 sh
ENT 34 Entrepreneurial Finance 4 sh
ENG 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 preapproved by the Marketing and Entrepreneurship Chair. Contact chair for preapproved list.
73-76 sh 

Students completing majors in both Entrepreneurship and Marketing may not apply MTK 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 either Management, Marketing or Entrepreneurship may take ECO 301 in lieu of ECO 310.

This page was updated on June 30, 2014.