Entrepreneurship B.S.B.A.

Chair: Professor Moorman

Associate Professor: McMahon

Assistant Professor: Kennedy

Instructor: Martina

Major Requirements:

A Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree with a major in Entrepreneurship requires the completion of the Elon Core Curriculum as well as the Major Requirements listed below.

Select one course from the following

: 4 sh

MTH 1160APPLIED CALCULUS

4 sh

MTH 1510CALCULUS I

4 sh

Additional Core Requirements:

ACC 2010PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING

4 sh

BUS 1110GATEWAY TO BUSINESS

4 sh

BUS 2110MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

4 sh

BUS 2210LEGAL AND ETHICAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS

4 sh

BUS 3985INTERNSHIP IN BUSINESS

1-2 sh

BUS 4970STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

4 sh

ECO 1000PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

4 sh

ECO 2300STATISTICS FOR DECISION MAKING

4 sh

FIN 3430PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE

4 sh

MGT 3230PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

4 sh

MKT 3110PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING

4 sh

Select one course from the following

: 4 sh

ECO 3500BUSINESS ECONOMICS

4 sh

ECO 3120MONEY AND BANKING

4 sh

ECO 3100INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMIC THEORY

4 sh

ECO 3110INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND FINANCE

4 sh

Select one course from the following

: 4 sh

ACC 3360COST ACCOUNTING

4 sh

MGT 3100FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS ANALYTICS

4 sh

BUS 3260OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

4 sh

Entrepreneurship Course Requirements
ENT 2500CREATIVITY & THE DOER/MAKER MINDSET

4 sh

ENT 3400ENTREPRENEURIAL FINANCE

4 sh

ENT 4600BRINGING THE VENTURE TO LIFE

4 sh

Select two courses from the following

: 8 sh

CSC 1300COMPUTER SCIENCE I

4 sh

GEO 2500/ENS 2500INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS

4 sh

ENT 3550ENTREPRENEURSHIP FOR THE GREATER GOOD

4 sh

ENT 4230/MGT 4230Innovation Dynamics

4 sh

ENT 4900DESIGN THINKING FOR ACTION

4 sh

EGR 1210GRAND CHALLENGES IN ENGINEERING I

3 sh

EGR 1230GRAND CHALLENGES IN ENGINEERING II

2 sh

EGR 1210 & EGR 1230 together for 5 sh satisfy the eligible elective credit.

Total Credit Hours: 73-76

Entrepreneurship majors need to complete their approved internship in an area of entrepreneurship. The internships may include, but are not limited to, new venture entrepreneurship, corporate entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship and venture finance. This requirement will be addressed through advising and will be coordinated with the LSB Internship Coordinator.

 

For students majoring in two or more majors offered in the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship, BUS 3260 and one of ECO 3500, ECO 3100, or ECO 3110 may be counted in more than one major. However, all other Management and Entrepreneurship courses eligible to count in multiple majors may only count in one.  For example, while MGT 3100 is either a required or elective course in the Business Analytics, Project Management, and Human Resource Management majors, it may only be counted once.  This rule against double counting would not apply for students seeking a major and a minor.

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