Entrepreneurial Studies Concentration

Program Overview

The Entrepreneurial Studies concentration is an option for any business student desiring to focus on starting a new venture, or working in a small or family firm environment. The concentration must be taken with another major in the College of Business Administration.


(12 credits)

The Entrepreneurial Studies concentration requires four business courses as outlined below (courses to be counted as either major or free electives):

ENT 348Small Business Management3
ENT 410New Venture Planning3
Select two of the following, one of which must be an ENT-prefixed course:6
Intro to Law: Contracts
Business Graphics
Electronic Commerce
Sports Entrepreneurship
Family Business Management
Small Business Tax Planning 1
Entrepreneurial Finance
International Entrepreneurship
Student Venture Experience
Special Topics
Small Business Consulting Sem
Independent Study
Intro to Human Resource Mgmt
Management Skills
Retailing Management
Total Credits12

Accounting majors can substitute ACC 410 Fund of Federal Taxation for ENT 335.

Students must achieve an overall 2.0 GPA in the concentration, with no course grade less than “C-”.


Boris Vilic
Dean, College of Continuing Studies
Bart Luedeke Center