Baylor's Entrepreneurship curriculum combines challenging instruction with active involvement in new and emerging ventures. Students acquire a practical, well-rounded knowledge that prepares them for the diverse demands of today's competitive marketplace.
The Baylor Entrepreneurship program offers a variety of learning opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students, as well as business and non-business students.
The entrepreneurship major focuses on teaching students to identify viable career options in entrepreneurship, expand their conceptual knowledge of the entrepreneurial process and develop their repertoire of venture management tools and techniques.
Entrepreneurship minors are opportunities for non-business students majoring in other disciplines to supplement their degree with entrepreneurial skills.
The entrepreneurship specialization for graduate students focuses on launching a venture as well as the role of innovation in creating a successful business. Degree offerings include an experiential course in technology entrepreneurship that can be taken on campus or in combination with a summer internship in Shanghai, China.
Certifications are official credentials available to business and non-business degree-seeking students focused in specific areas of entrepreneurship.