Entrepreneurship Concentration, Management (BSB)

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The Entrepreneurship concentration is characterized by its contemporary, integrative approach to management of emerging firms. It is designed for students who seek to be entrepreneurs in start-up ventures, operate family businesses or work as entrepreneurial change agents within a corporate setting. If a student chooses to pursue this concentration, three courses totaling at least 16.0 hours must be taken.

Course Title Quarter Hours
Select two of the following:8
BUSINESS PLAN DEVELOPMENT
CREATIVITY & ENTREPRENEURSHIP
SPECIAL TOPICS (when related to Entrepreneurship)
Select one course from the list above or from the following:4
SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT
SERVICE SECTOR MANAGEMENT
NEGOTIATIONS
ENTREPRENEURSHIP LAW
INTERNSHIP AND MANAGEMENT CONSULTING PROGRAM
INDEPENDENT STUDY (with approval)
NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
SALES FUNDAMENTALS
Select one elective course from either list above or from the following:4
SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYTICS
TRAINING AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT
THE MANAGEMENT & MEASUREMENT OF QUALITY
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION
COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
LEADERSHIP IN SPORTS: LESSONS FOR COACHING IN THE WORKPLACE
BEHIND THE SCENES WITH CHICAGO SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS
HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT
GLOBAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
INTRODUCTION TO SPORTS MANAGEMENT
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AND CONSULTING
SPECIAL TOPICS (multiple topics may be used)
INDEPENDENT STUDY (with approval)
COMMERCIAL PAPER AND SALES
BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS
SPECIAL TOPICS (multiple topics may be used)
INDEPENDENT STUDY (with approval)
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SEMINAR (may be used once)
ICS 394ENTREPRENEURSHIP STRATEGY (taken in Business Core)4

Business Capstone Selection

Students majoring in Management selecting the Entrepreneurship concentration must complete ICS 394 for the Business Capstone.

Second Concentration

While a student may complete more than one Management concentration, at least 50% of the courses used for the completion of a second concentration must be unique to the completion of that concentration.

Global Business Perspective

If an ICS or MGT course is shared between Global Business Perspective and the Management major, additional hours of Open Elective credit are required. Any ICS or MGT course used toward Global Business Perspective must be passed with C- or higher.

Experiential Learning

If either MGT 393 or ICS 350 is completed in the Management major consult with academic advisor regarding options for Experiential Learning.

Graduation Requirements

All Management (MGT) courses, ICS 394, and any other courses used toward the Management major must be completed with a minimum grade of C- and with a combined GPA of 2.000 or higher.​​