A Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship will provide you with a strong grasp of the processes and outcomes of opening a business, encourage and equip you to incorporate ethics and faith into the business community, and offer you a broad range of skills to work in various business fields.
Studies in Entrepreneurship will help prepare you to make significant contributions for God and humanity in a rapidly changing global business environment where job creation and economic development are critical needs. Your degree will help you understand the steps required to start a business, strategies to manage new enterprise, ways to address the development challenges that startup companies face, and options for identifying and evaluating business opportunities. Your degree will also provide you with skills in statistics, finance, leadership, marketing, strategic planning and more.
In addition to careers involving startup businesses, graduates with an Entrepreneurship degree often work in career fields including:
- nonprofit work
- business consulting
- research and development
In addition to the University’s required general education and prerequisites, the Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship through the Degree Completion Program requires 33 hours in the major, 15 of which must be completed with the University.
Additional information, including descriptions of specific courses and their corresponding credit hours, is available in the Academic Catalog.