The entrepreneurship emphasis is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to develop, market and manage their own business. At the core of this emphasis is the process of entrepreneurial discovery, evaluation and exploitation of business opportunities. Students are exposed to a multidisciplinary set of courses, which cut across accounting, finance, marketing and management disciplines.
However, entrepreneurship students are not only trained for business ownership, they are also uniquely prepared for careers in small business consulting, leadership and management development programs, sales management, general consulting and supervisory positions in relatively any industry. Because of their experience performing market research, preparing financial statements and investigating new business opportunities, entrepreneurship students can also pursue careers in business development and finance.
Business Administration (Entrepreneurship) BSBA Degree Requirements (120 hours)
Business Administration (Entrepreneurship) BSBA Semester Guide
Availability: Gulf Park Campus and Hattiesburg Campus
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Accreditation: This program is accredited by AACSB International.