The Entrepreneurship concentration provides students with a combination of theoretical and practical exposure to entrepreneurship. Case study is the principal teaching method, supplemented by lectures, project work, and guest speakers.
The concentration consists of three classes/nine credits. The required courses include two core classes (6 credits), and one elective class (3 credits).
For more information, please contact Alfred E. Blake IV, Assistant Director of Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Programs.
Core Requirements (6 credits)
|29:382:302||Introduction to Entrepreneurship||3|
|29:382:303||Managing Growing Ventures||3|
Electives (3 credits)
|29:382:340||Creativity, Innovation, & Entrepreneurship||3|
|29:382:355||Managing Technological Innovation||3|
|29:382:342||Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development||3|