Community Entrepreneurship or CENT (Bachelor of Science)
Successful entrepreneurship is fundamental to a healthy community. Students majoring in Community Entrepreneurship are able to test the entrepreneurial waters in courses designed to give them firsthand experience in launching or strengthening a product or service. Students build skills applying economics, management, strategic planning, marketing and public policy on the enterprise level. This major emphasizes enterprises that promote community development with sound stewardship of natural resources and regard for social capital.
- CALS Core Competencies
- CALS Degree Requirements
- Community Development and Applied Economics General Requirements
- Colleges and Schools: College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
- Departments and Programs: Community Development and Applied Economics Department.