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Undergraduate

B.A. in Entrepreneurial Management

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Entrepreneurship is a dynamic field where both passion and specialized skills are essential. CSUSB's undergraduate program offers you the practical knowledge, real-world experience, and the advanced business skills necessary to be a successful entrepreneur in any environment. The program enhances your academic experience by utilizing an integrated, hands-on learning approach. During the program you will collaborate with students from other disciplines and network with entrepreneurs, mentors, and alumni. You'll not only lean what it takes to be an entrepreneur, but also develop the entrepreneurial mindset through experience and challenging coursework.

Whether you intend to start a business, work entrepreneurially in a corporate setting or family business, or take other professional path, success will demand much more than just doing the job. The undergraduate program in entrepreneurship will help prepare you by developing the personal and professional attributes critical to entrepreneurial success and to effectively turn your ideas and dreams into reality.

CSUSB's undergraduate concentration in Entrepreneurial Management offers a wide range of courses tailored to helping students learn how to move from idea to business launch and the management of a sustainable venture. Undergraduate students can take individual courses, select Entrepreneurial Management as their concentration, or minor in Entrepreneurship.

Concentration in Entrepreneurial Management - Six (6) Courses

Required Courses

  1. ENTR 442 Small Business Management (4 units - offered all quarters including summer)
  2. ENTR 543 New Venture Opportunity Analysis (4 units - offered all quarters except summer)
  3. ENTR 544 New Venture Development (4 units - offered all quarters except summer)
  4. ENTR 545 New Venture Resource Requirements (4 units - offered all quarters except summer)

Electives eight (8) units chosen from:

Required Reflective Essay:

  1. ENTR 598 Baccalaureate Reflective Essay (0)