The B.S. in management with a concentration in entrepreneurship includes 61 hours of management coursework and requires 122 hours of coursework total for the degree. Students selecting entrepreneurship as a major are also required to take 12 hours of entrepreneurship-specific coursework as well as select a second business major outside of management.
Entrepreneurship at the Moore School
- One of two concentrations in the Department of Management
- Focuses on organizations, behavior in organizations and how organizations evolve or are changed
- Explores topics such as leadership, managing change and diversity, ethical behavior, teamwork and the coordination, and alignment of multiple functional areas
- Explore the entrepreneurship major's curriculum
This major is a good fit if you...
- Want a broad-based business education
- Are a people person or have strong leadership qualities
- Are interested in management and human resources
- Are interested in starting your own business at some point in your career
Why should you enroll?
- Entrepreneurship majors find careers across a wide range of business sectors.
- Entrepreneurship majors gain the skills needed to start their own businesses — knowledge that can be applied in all fields.
- Training in management is valuable across all industry sectors.
- Students should understand the role of management and managers in building an effective organization.
- Students should understand the role of research in improving managerial practice.
- Students should be able to apply management principles to determine how managers should respond to particular challenges or opportunities confronting an organization.
- Students should be able to effectively communicate management principles or the application of those principles to particular organizational circumstances.