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Entrepreneurship, BSBA

Go beyond the pitch. Take your idea to the next level with the quantitative skills that help you track, analyze, and predict the organizational performance necessary for success.

Objective

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a focus on Entrepreneurship appeals to the entrepreneur with a quantitative inclination. Coursework includes subjects that build core skills such as coding and prepares the undergraduate student to envision, pitch, launch, manage, and scale a new venture.

What You'll Learn

In addition to satisfying the requirements of the University’s Cognates Program of General Education and electives to meet the overall 120-credit degree requirement, students pursuing the BSBA in Entrepreneurship must complete the BSBA Business Core of Required Courses and the specific coursework for the Entrepreneurship major area of specialization. 
Explore the curriculum requirements here.
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Program Type
Major

Degree
BSBA

How to Apply

Faculty

Meet some of the distinguished faculty in Entrepreneurship.
Susana Alvarez-Diaz, Lecturer, Management

Susana Alvarez-Diaz

Lecturer, Management
Mariana Makri, Associate Professor, Management

Mariana Makri

Associate Professor, Management
Richard B. Toren, Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Management

Richard B. Toren

Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Management
Michael Wilson, Sr. Lecturer, Management, and Director of Entrepreneurship Programs

Michael Wilson

Sr. Lecturer, Management, and Director of Entrepreneurship Programs
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