Students in BSC’s Management Entrepreneurship program will obtain the skills, tools and experiences necessary to assist in the creation and management of a new business venture. The backbone of this curriculum focuses on satisfactorily completing a business plan and financial analysis. Study involves a combination of general education, business and marketing coursework.
Students with a high school background in economics, accounting, communications and marketing are well prepared. Many students are successful without having taken this concentration of classes.
Completion of the Entrepreneurship Option leads to an Associate in Applied Science in management with emphasis in entrepreneurship skills.
The goal of this curriculum is to provide an experience that creates insight into establishment of private businesses. It also gives students the skill to manage an existing business.
Shirley Wilson • Schafer Hall 319G