Entrepreneurial skills and abilities allow students to dream up innovative responses to opportunities in the marketplace.
The curriculum consists of interdisciplinary coursework in management, marketing, accounting, and finance. Along the way, students are encouraged to develop an innovative mindset with a focus on entrepreneurial application.
While you’re honing your managerial and creativity skills, you’ll also explore a diverse curriculum that nurtures critical thinking, encourages teamwork and builds your writing abilities. You’ll investigate ethical and moral issues, while acquiring management skills in a Christian context. And you’ll gain understanding of business issues from a global perspective, integrating awareness of current events and financial trends.
Rise to the Top
Students majoring in entrepreneurship typically desire to start their own business or not-for-profit organization, or to work in a family business. Other options include business analyst, management consultant, product or business development, and franchise owner.
Advice Along the Way
All MC Entrepreneurship students are assigned an individual entrepreneurship advisor. From assisting with career goals, to selecting courses, to sharing personal connections in the larger business community, your advisor will help you make the most of your business education and your business career.
As a student in the MC entrepreneurship program, you will take classes that combine both the theoretical and practical aspects of starting a business or social enterprise, in courses such as:
- Entrepreneurial Mindset
- Entrepreneurial Financial Management
- New Venture Creation
- Entrepreneurship Experience
- Topics in Entrepreneurship
- Retailing and E-Commerce
- Human Resources