Management Entrepreneurship

Is Management – Entrepreneurship the right fit for me?

Management majors are leaders, decision makers, and strategic thinkers. Do the words “because we’ve always done it that way” make you cringe? Entrepreneurship will prepare you for a career as an innovator with an existing organization, a manager in a creativity-driven field, or a developer of new business ventures.

What courses will I take?

Some of the courses you might take include:

  • Social Psychology
  • Entrepreneurship and Small Business Formation
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Legal Strategies for Entrepreneurial Firms
  • Small Business Consulting
  • Financing Emerging Businesses

What kind of job will I get when I graduate?

Many students will identify their own business opportunities while pursuing this major. Others may join a consulting firm, advising on change management or technology transfer projects. Still others will join management teams in existing businesses.

Who recruits Management – Entrepreneurship majors?

  • Ameriprise Financial
  • Archer Daniels Midland Company
  • Deloitte
  • McGladrey & Pullen, LLP
  • JP Morgan Chase

Required Courses

Hours Course # Course Name
3 PSYC 201 Introduction to Social Psychology
(Prerequisite: PSYC 100 or PSYC 103)
3 BADM 311 Individual Behavior in Organizations
(Prerequisite: BADM 310)
3 BADM 350 Information Technology for Networked Organizations
3 BADM 374 Management Decision Models
(Prerequisite: ECON 203)
3 BADM 375 Business Process Management
4 BADM 445 Small Business Consulting
4 BADM 446 Entrepreneurship: Small Business Formation
3 FIN 423 Financing Emerging Businesses
(Prerequisite: Consent of the Department of Finance)
Choose one of the following:
3 BADM 312 Organizational Design and Environment
(Prerequisite: BADM 310)
4 BADM 403 Principles of Business Law
4 BADM 447 Legal Strategies for the Entrepreneurial Firm

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