Entrepreneurship B.S.

The Entrepreneurship major prepares students by developing skills and behaviors related to recognition of ideas and potential ventures, feasibility evaluation, assembling resources, and launching of new ventures. Students will learn a broad range of competencies including opportunity recognition, applied creativity, small business finance, and business plan and strategy development. Students are exposed to a variety of real-world applications through course embedded projects and field study opportunities. An entrepreneurship major not only prepares students to launch and grow their own business, but equips them with highly transferable skills important to any organizational context, particularly in small and medium-sized enterprises. Graduates of this program will demonstrate: -Capability and initiative to identify entrepreneurial opportunity, assess and evaluate risk, and plan for small business ventures -Leadership and entrepreneurial competencies required to conceptualize, plan, finance, resource, manage, and grow small businesses -Skills of creativity in relation to organizational challenges and business opportunities -Effective oral and written communication skills in various mediums and organizational contexts -Effective evaluation skills in determining appropriate resources and necessary courses of action -Ability to work effectively with people of different backgrounds and personal priorities toward the accomplishment of goals

Type

Bachelor's programs

North America

Crookston, MN , United States

Location

United States

Crookston, MN

Type

Bachelor's programs