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Business Administration – Entrepreneurship

Bachelor of Science Degree

For those wishing to build their own enterprise, our Entrepreneurship degree provides the chance to accomplish the following: (1) to create innovative, entrepreneurial organizations, with an emphasis on sustainability and the green economy, and (2) to manage organizations in a highly competitive, global environment that is infused with technological innovation. The major is built upon the educational philosophy that we learn best while doing, by practicing and improving upon what we are learning.

After acquiring a sound foundation in finance and organizational practice, a student begins to put to work what he or she has learned by creating his or her own enterprise as part of the degree program.

Program of Study

General Core Requirements (12 courses)

Entering the Discussions (3 courses):

Writing Courses
En101 English Composition I
En102 English Composition II    

Bookend Course
Fy100-Mg Quest for Success: The First Year Experience (Business Division)

Exploring Diversity (8 courses)

Humanities Courses
Two courses in Art, Communication, Creative Writing, English, Humanities, Music, or Philosophy

Social Sciences Courses
Two courses in Criminal Justice, History & Politics, Psychology, or Social Sciences   

Natural Sciences and Math Courses
Two courses in Biology, Environmental Studies, Math, or Natural Science

Career Enhancing Courses
Two courses in Business Administration, Management, or related discipline

Consolidating Knowledge (one course):
Mg480 Business Ventures Research or Mg490 Internship

Professional Core (6 courses):
Mg110 Accounting Fundamentals
Mg120 Foundations of Economics
Mg130 Marketing Fundamentals
Mg150 Organizational Management
Mg210 Operational Finance
Mg225 Business Law

Entrepreneurship Management Core (7 courses):
Mg360 Social Entrepreneurship
Mg362 Systems Thinking & Knowledge Management
Mg365 New Ventures
Mg465 Applied Ventures Practice
Three 300/400-level Business Division Courses

General and Recommended Business Electives (7 courses)

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