Entrepreneurship, B.S.

Overall Requirements

  • 120 credit hours, to include at least 36 credits at or above the 300 course level
  • A cumulative GPA of at least 2.0
  • Grades of C or better in courses used to meet concentration requirements

Degree Program Requirements

University Requirements
General Education Core Requirements (GEC)

Major Requirements

Bryan School Pre-Admission Courses (29 credit hours)

Students should plan to complete the pre-admission courses by the end of the sophomore year, or as soon as possible thereafter. See the Joseph M. Bryan School of Business and Economics for more information. 

Blueprint for Personal Development
and Blueprint for Professional Development
Blueprint for Personal and Professional Development
Financial Accounting
Managerial Accounting
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles of Macroeconomics
Economic and Business Statistics I
Business Computing I
Information Systems in Organizations
Select one of the following:
College Writing I ††
Freshman Seminar in Reasoning and Discourse I ††
College Writing I ††
Completion of one of the following: *
Calculus with Business Applications †††
Calculus I †††

Common Business Core (38 credit hours)

Global and Cultural Development
Leadership Development
Introduction to Communication Studies
Calculus with Business Applications
Calculus I
The International Economy
Business Finance I
Introduction to International Business
Organizational Behavior
The Legal Environment of Business
Business Policy and Strategy
Business Communications
Principles of Marketing *
Ethical Issues in Business ††
Operations Management
Global Sustainability Elective
One chosen from the list below. **
Economics of a Global Sustainable Society
Entrepreneurship in a Sustainable Global Environment
Introduction to Sustainability
Global Crossings: Topics in Images, Media, and Texts
Global Green: Cultures of Production and/or Consumption
Introduction to Sustainable Development

Entrepreneurship Courses

Core Courses12
Ideas to Opportunities: Feasibility Analysis
Entrepreneurial Finance
Opportunities to Action: Business Plan
Directed Business Practice
Personal Selling Internship
Profile Courses *3
Choose one of the following Profiles:
Creative Industries
Creativity, Innovation, and Vision
Arts Admin and Entrepreneurship
ENT 276 (COURSE INACTIVE)
ENT 320 (COURSE INACTIVE)
Design Thinking and/or Entrepreneurial Thinking
Writing for Professionals and Entrepreneurs
Advanced Studio Practicum: Art and Entrepreneurship
ENT 402
ENT 421 (COURSE INACTIVE)
Media Financing / Distribution
Media Organization and Mgmt
Entrprnrshp and Ind Press Publ
Arts and Entrepreneurship: Career Strategies for Artists
Theatre Management
Internship in Arts Administration and Entrepreneurship
Education
Foundations of Sport Coaching
Transition Planning and School-Based Entrepreneurship
ELC 404 (COURSE INACTIVE)
Contemporary Topics in Counseling
Family Business
Family Business
Restaurant Entrepreneurship
ENT 451
Franchising
Global Franchising
Health Care
BUS 305 (COURSE INACTIVE)
Global Health
Silver Industries
Contemporary Topics in Counseling
International
Entrepreneurship in a Sustainable Global Environment
Global Franchising
International Entrepreneurship
Social
Purpose-Driven Entrepreneurship
ENT 320 (COURSE INACTIVE)
Social Entrepreneurship
ENT 404 (COURSE INACTIVE)
Experiences in Sustainable Entrepreneurship
Sports
Foundations of Sport Coaching
Technology, Innovation, and Sciences
ENT 290
ISM 292 (COURSE INACTIVE)
Entrepreneurship in the Public Sector
Economics of Technology
ENT 402
Entrepreneurial Urban Plng
Rsrch Opprtnts ENT/Eco Dvlpmnt
Direct Electives 13
Select at least 3 credits from the following:
Entrepreneurship in a Sustainable Global Environment
Introduction to Entrepreneurial Finance
Creativity, Innovation, and Vision
Start Something
Introduction to the Entrepreneurial Experience
Purpose-Driven Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurial Personal Branding
Foundations of Sport Coaching
ENT 290
Entrepreneurship in the Public Sector
Economics of Technology
Professional Selling **
Writing for Professionals and Entrepreneurs
Sales Leadership **
Family Business
Global Franchising
Entrepreneurial Leadership
Social Entrepreneurship
International Entrepreneurship
Restaurant Entrepreneurship
Advanced Studio Practicum: Art and Entrepreneurship
Transition Planning and School-Based Entrepreneurship
ENT 402
Entrepreneurial Marketing **
Entrepreneurial Urban Plng
Silver Industries
Topics in Public Affairs
Media Financing / Distribution
Media Organization and Mgmt
Personal Selling Internship **
Rsrch Opprtnts ENT/Eco Dvlpmnt
Entrprnrshp and Ind Press Publ
Experiences in Sustainable Entrepreneurship
Nonprofit Management and Leadership
Directed Business Practice
ENT 451
Arts and Entrepreneurship: Career Strategies for Artists
Contemporary Topics in Counseling
Theatre Management
Honors Work in Entrepreneurship ***
Selected Topics in Entrepreneurship ***

Electives

Electives sufficient to complete 120 total credit hours required for the degree.