Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with emphasis in Entrepreneurship

The purpose of the Entrepreneurship degree program is to provide experiences that will help students develop the insight needed to discover and create entrepreneurial opportunities and to equip them with the knowledge, skills, and motivation to instill the entrepreneurial spirit.

To complete the Entrepreneurship emphasis, the following course work will be needed:

Core Requirements - 33 semester hours:

ACC 223
Principles of Accounting I
ACC 224
Principles of Accounting II
BA 301
Principles of Marketing
BA 303
Business Law I
BA 311
Principles of Management
BA 324
Introduction to Finance
 BA/CIS 360 Principles of MIS
BA 498
Business Strategy and Policy
BIT 320
Microcomputer Applications
ECO 222
ECO 361  
Social Statistics

Entrepreneurship Emphasis - 33 semester hours:

BA 302
Marketing II
BA 313
Small Business Management
BA 314
Human Resource Management
BA 365
BA 384
Business Ethics
BA 402
Promotion Management
BA 412
Risk Management and Insurance
BA 422
Managerial Finance
BIT 340
Business Communication
6 hours    
From any upper level ACC/BA/BIT/CIS/ECO courses

General Education
  - 44 semester hours:

General education courses must include ECO 221 Macroeconomics and MTH 111 College Algebra.

Free Electives - 10 semester hours:

Ten semester hours from any area.