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The Bachelors of Business Administration (BBA) with emphasis in Entrepreneurship is designed to provide students with the tool kit, roadmap, skill set, experience and confidence to create a new business.

The Entrepreneurship Track

Those students who know they wish to start a business of their own upon or near graduation will follow the Entrepreneurship Track. In addition to the business core, this program begins with a three-course sequence that covers opportunity identification, venture creation, and managing venture growth, followed by two elective courses that allow students to customize their program to their needs and interests. All students on this track will experience starting and running a business before graduating.

Undergraduate Requirements beyond the business core: The Entrepreneurship Track

Required Courses

ENT 215/315

Introduction to Entrepreneurship

ENT 327

Creating the New Venture: Experiential Learning

ENT 332

Managing the New Venture: Experiential Learning

Electives: Select two of the following:

ENT 325

Creativity for Innovation, Problem Solving and Entrepreneurship

ENT 326

Creativity, Innovation, and Problem Solving

ENT 341

Technology Entrepreneurship

ENT 361

New Product Development

ENT 364

Entrepreneurial Management and Innovation

ENT 412

Entrepreneurial Finance and Venture Capital Investment

ENT 425

Corporate Entrepreneurship

ENT 432

Entrepreneurial Marketing and Selling

ENT 446

Entrepreneurial Selling and Sales Force Management

ENT 491

Entrepreneurial Consulting

*Students in the Entrepreneurship emphasis replace the Bloch School capstone course, ENT 460, with a 300- or 400-level Bloch School elective.


Contact the Henry W. Bloch School of Management Advising Office:
Phone: 816-235-2215 | Fax: 816-235-2708
Location: Bloch School, Room 115

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