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Entrepreneurship

An entrepreneurship track is offered which permit students to direct their studies toward specific management or marketing field. This program prepares students for both beginning work experiences and for graduate study in business. Today's manager must combine sophisticated decision making ability with the ability to lead and direct others. The curriculum in management is designed to provide professional training and to develop the competency of students for careers in the management of the business and economic affairs of modern organizations.

All academic programs in the management area are accredited by AACSB-International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).

 


Area in Management/Entrepreneurship Track

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  • University Studies Requirements for BAB: 48 - 49 hrs

  • University Studies Requirements for BSB: 42 - 43 hrs

  • Business Core Requirements: 41 hrs

  • Required Courses: 12 hrs

  • Entrepreneurship Option: 12 hrs

  • Business Electives: 0 - 6 hrs

  • Unrestricted Electives: 6 - 7 hrs

  • Total Curriculum Requirements: 120 hrs

Area in Marketing/Entrepreneurship Track

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  • University Studies Requirements for BAB: 48 - 49 hrs

  • University Studies Requirements for BSB: 42 - 43 hrs

  • Business Core Requirements: 41 hrs

  • Required Courses: 12 hrs

  • Entrepreneurship Option: 12 hrs

  • Business Electives: 0 - 6 hrs

  • Unrestricted Electives: 6 - 7 hrs

  • Total Curriculum Requirements: 120 hrs

 
Note: The Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business strongly encourages students in its business programs to study abroad.  The courses marked with an asterisk are commonly taught in summer study abroad programs such as KIIS and CCSA and each fall in the Semester in Regensburg program in Germany. BPA 396: Seminar in International Business, a business elective, is frequently taught in all these settings as well as in the International Business Seminar programs over the Christmas break and in the summer. ACC 586: International Experience in Accounting is routinely offered over Spring Break as an Accounting Elective. Consult your academic advisor to determine the study abroad opportunity which best fits your needs and schedule.

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