Concentration Requirements

The ES concentration is an option for any business student desiring to focus on starting a new venture, or working in a small or family firm environment. The concentration must be taken with another major in the College of Business Administration.

The ES concentration requires four business courses as outlined below (courses to be counted as either major, business or free electives):

Entrepreneurial Studies Concentration

ENT-348Small Business Management 3
ENT-410New Venture Planning3
 
Two of the following
ENT-448Seminar in Small Business Consulting 3
BUS-210Contracts 3
CIS-325

CIS-340
User-Centered Design
or
E-Commerce
3
MGT 310

MGT 363
Introduction to HR
or
Management Skills
3
ENT-335Small Business Tax Planning*
3
MKT-250Retailing Management 3
ENT/FIN-350Entrepreneurial Finance 3
ENT-360Family Business Management 3
ENT-375International Entrepreneurship 3
ENT-420Student Venture Experience 3
ENT-444Special Topics 3
ENT-490Independent Study 3

*Accounting majors can substitute ACC-410 Fundamentals of Federal Taxation for ENT-335.

Students must achieve an overall 2.0 GPA in the concentration, with no course grade less than “C-”.


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