Entrepreneurship Major

The Management Entrepreneurship program prepares students to conceive, develop and launch new ventures and to turn innovative ideas into products that can be brought to market. Emphasis is placed on the financial, legal, and marketing aspects of start-up businesses. The program culminates with a juried business plan competition for financial backing and start-up funding support.

Management Department Core Requirements:
MGT 30220 Management Communication 1.5 hrs
MGT 30490 Business Problem Solving 3.0 hrs
MGT 30660 Strategic IT Applications 1.5 hrs
MGT 40700 Project Management 1.5 hrs
MGT 40750 Quantitative Decision Modeling 1.5 hrs

MAJOR COURSE REQUIREMENTS

Management Entrepreneurship (MGTE) - 12.0 credits

All courses require MGT 20200

Course Name Course Number Prerequisites Restrictions/Notes
Intro to Entrepreneurship MGTE 30500 3.0 credits
Social Entrepreneurship MGTE 30505 3.0 credits
Entrepreneurship: Go to Market MGTE 30510 MGTE 30500 1.5 credits
Funding New Ventures MGTE 30520 MGTE 30500 1.5 credits 
Innovation and Design      MGTE 40420 3.0 credits

In addition to the requirements listed above, business students must complete 26-29 credit hours in non-business and free elective courses: