Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship (BS) Degree Program
Many industries have created a demand for entrepreneurs who can provide dynamic leadership in creating new enterprises. Equally important is the need for individuals with an entrepreneurial spirit to infuse innovation into existing industries.
Through a unique curriculum and co-curricular partnerships in industry, the Miller School of Entrepreneurship serves as a regional hub that empowers students with the skills and experience to help transform their communities.
If you intend to start your own business or buy an existing business, enter a family business, or pursue an entrepreneurial career in any size organization you should consider the Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship degree.
This program emphasizes experiential learning and provides you the opportunity to learn how to launch your own business in the capstone course. Some of the key courses in the entrepreneurship core include the following.
ENTR 3500 Entrepreneurship Essentials
FINA 3500 Money Management for Entrepreneurial
MKTG 3500 Entrepreneurial Opportunities and Marketing
ENTR 4212 Innovation and Opportunity Assessment
ENTR 4222 Entrepreneurial Finance
ENTR 4232/MKTG 4332 Professional Selling
ENTR 4242 Entrepreneurial Strategy (WI)
ENTR 4252 New Venture Launch (WI)
ENTR 4500 Entrepreneurial Business Planning (WI)
Select two courses from:
ENTR 4262 Small Business Management (WI & SL)
ENTR 4272 Managing the Family Business (SL)
ENTR 4955 Topics in Entrepreneurship
ENTR 4995 Internship
WI: Writing-Intensive course SL: Service-learning course
In addition, you are expected to choose 18 hours from an existing minor or certificate outside the Miller School of Entrepreneurship, or design a specialized area of focus. These courses are selected by you and approved by the Miller School director based on entrepreneurial interest.
Admitted students should use DegreeWorks to determine which classes they should take.
Prospective students may view an online checksheet.
Applications received by March 3, 2024 will receive a decision for fall semester registration.
Applications received after March 3rd will be reviewed but may not be in time for fall registration.