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Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management (B.B.A.)

Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management (B.B.A.)

Overview

Small businesses are ever growing in popularity and accessibility. The Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management concentration of the Bachelor of Business Administration will prepare you to work with these small businesses or even start your own. From marketing to finance, this comprehensive concentration will provide you with the tools you need to oversee the success of a small business. Each course contains practical applications of business administration concepts from the small business perspective to ensure that you are prepared to achieve your goals upon graduation. 

Are you among the one in four high school students who would one day like to own their own business?

If so, the Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management concentration within the B.B.A. program just might be for you. The program is designed to give you knowledge of the principles of entrepreneurship and small business. You’ll be prepared to own or run a small business and everything those careers entail -- from communication, marketing and human resource management to finance, accounting and information systems. It’ll all be capped by a small business internship

You’ll graduate with the knowledge you need to run a small business.

Whether you want to own the business or manage someone else’s, you’ll be ready. In addition to core classes in accounting, business and economics, management, finance, business law, business policies, marketing and other, the classes within the entrepreneurship and small business management will focus on the unique array of needs a small business faces.

You’ll have a mentor to help along the way.

Every student majoring in entrepreneurship and small business management will be paired with a successful entrepreneur or small business operator to guide and mentor them throughout their academic career. Your mentor will walk alongside you through the business plan process, advise you as necessary and help you find real-world experience through an internship.

You’ll receive the hands-on skills you need to succeed.

Any small business owner will tell you there’s so much about small business ownership that you can’t learn in an academic setting; it must be learned through experience. With multiple field experiences and internships as part of your program, you’ll get the hands-on experience you need to succeed upon graduation.

Overview

Small businesses are ever growing in popularity and accessibility. The Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management concentration of the Bachelor of Business Administration will prepare you to work with these small businesses or even start your own. From marketing to finance, this comprehensive concentration will provide you with the tools you need to oversee the success of a small business. Each course contains practical applications of business administration concepts from the small business perspective to ensure that you are prepared to achieve your goals upon graduation. 

Are you among the one in four high school students who would one day like to own their own business?

If so, the Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management concentration within the B.B.A. program just might be for you. The program is designed to give you knowledge of the principles of entrepreneurship and small business. You’ll be prepared to own or run a small business and everything those careers entail -- from communication, marketing and human resource management to finance, accounting and information systems. It’ll all be capped by a small business internship

You’ll graduate with the knowledge you need to run a small business.

Whether you want to own the business or manage someone else’s, you’ll be ready. In addition to core classes in accounting, business and economics, management, finance, business law, business policies, marketing and other, the classes within the entrepreneurship and small business management will focus on the unique array of needs a small business faces.

You’ll have a mentor to help along the way.

Every student majoring in entrepreneurship and small business management will be paired with a successful entrepreneur or small business operator to guide and mentor them throughout their academic career. Your mentor will walk alongside you through the business plan process, advise you as necessary and help you find real-world experience through an internship.

You’ll receive the hands-on skills you need to succeed.

Any small business owner will tell you there’s so much about small business ownership that you can’t learn in an academic setting; it must be learned through experience. With multiple field experiences and internships as part of your program, you’ll get the hands-on experience you need to succeed upon graduation.

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