Students in entrepreneurship will learn about the imaginative process that underlies all successful entrepreneurial decision making and will discuss examples where imagination led individuals to develop remarkably successful ventures.
Careers in Entrepreneurship
Graduates will: launch their own businesses or join a family business; work for a company for a couple of years before they beginning their own entrepreneurial ventures; join large corporations who seek entrepreneurs to provide business expertise as the company explores new markets, diversifies, and/or develops its own intrapreneurships. Learn more about careers and our alumni.
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The entrepreneurship concentration is unique in its structure and facilitation: 12 credits (in total) upon consultation with and sign-off by Professor Amy Tomas.
This is a unique concentration both in topic and in structure.
Students will learn to develop their own creative and entrepreneurial impulses, along with learning a set of tools to help them turn their ideas into a feasible plan and onto a success venture.
The entrepreneurship concentration is unique in its structure. Students will complete 12 credits (in total) upon consultation with and sign-off by Professor Amy Tomas.
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