Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship Major

Baylor Business Entrepreneurship

The entrepreneurship major consists of 15 entrepreneurship-specific course hours focused on teaching you to:

  • Identify viable career options in entrepreneurship
  • Expand conceptual knowledge of the entrepreneurial process
  • Develop a repertoire of venture management tools and techniques

Entrepreneurship Course Plan

Upon being accepted to the business school, you will meet with a business school advisor to construct your schedule and course sequence for your major.

To earn a major in Entrepreneurship, a student must attain a minimum grade of "C" in FIN 3310, and must complete the following courses:

Required Courses for Entrepreneurship Majors:

Choose any one of the following courses:

Choose any two of the following courses:

Recommended Electives

Social Entrepreneurship Track

The Social Entrepreneurship track is a modified sequence of entrepreneurial courses for students with a specific interest in social entrepreneurship.

To earn a major in Entrepreneurship through the Social Entrepreneurship track a student must attain a minimum grade of "C" in FIN 3310, and must complete the following courses:

Required Courses for the Social Entrepreneurship Track:

Choose any one of the following courses:

Choose any one of the following courses:

Choose any one of the following courses:

Recommended Electives:

For further information, please contact the Undergraduate Advising Office.

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