Nov 30, 2021  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog

Entrepreneurship Major


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Entrepreneurship is more than just starting your own business, it’s a mindset-a way of thinking and acting. ENI develops business leaders who possess the knowledge, skills, and confidence to develop, scale, and deliver products, services, and solutions to real world problems. These skills and mindsets can be applied to a range of organizational contexts: a sole entrepreneurial startup, as key members of a founding team, or as an entrepreneurial member of a large organization.

Skilled entrepreneurs are the nucleus of the global economy since they create innovative products and services. Programs and courses offered by the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute prepare students for the global economy. ENI students learn how to: identify and assess opportunities; develop concepts; assess and acquire resources to develop, launch, grow and harvest ventures.

Regardless of your primary area of study, acquiring an entrepreneurial skillset will open a world of opportunities and help you achieve your full potential. ENI students learn the fundamental concepts and principals of entrepreneurship and innovation and how to implement best practices. In today’s fast-paced, dynamic economy, employers value an entrepreneurial mindset in new hires across a wide range of jobs and industries. Furthermore, students with entrepreneurial skills are better prepared to successfully establish and grown their own business.

Major Requirements


The major in Entrepreneurship equips student with an entrepreneurial mindset of problem-solving, designthinking, and team working skills to address customers’ problems with effective solutions. From developing business models, conducting customer discovery, prototyping products, and pitching their business ideas this program explores many angles of the entrepreneurial journey regardless of the industry.

Required Courses for the Major in Entrepreneurship (15 Hours)


Three Additional 3000 and 4000 Level Entrepreneurship Courses


and three additional 3000 and 4000 level Entrepreneurship courses chosen from list below:

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