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The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Entrepreneurship program is designed to prepare future entrepreneurs with the skills and knowledge to start their own businesses. The program will focus on identifying, analyzing and evaluating global and local business opportunities; creating new independent business ventures or new ventures within existing firms; developing creativity and understanding innovation; ethical and social responsibilities for entrepreneurs; environment assessment for new ventures; marketing research; financial planning; developing effective business plans to obtain financing; sources of capital; legal issues related to starting and operating a business; valuation; family owned businesses; succession; and opportunities for women and minority entrepreneurs.
Students who graduate with a major in entrepreneurship will be able to:
*BUS 475/476 must be taken as 3 credits to fulfill the Entrepreneurship elective
**BUS 477: Three credits may be used to satisfy an Entrepreneurship elective, & 3 credits may satisfy a upper division elective
If you have further questions or would like more information, please contact the Shidler College of Business Undergraduate Office of Student Academic Services by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at (808) 956-8215.