Students who envision a future as job creators instead of job seekers will find the Entrepreneurship major is designed just for them. A broad range of business courses provide the necessary foundation for the B.S.B.A. degree, and the specialized focus on creativity, entrepreneurial attitude, and skills for starting and growing a new business are developed in Entrepreneurship major courses.
The curriculum for the Entrepreneurship Major is listed below:
|COURSE ID||COURSE NAME||CREDIT HOURS|
|West Liberty University General Studies||48|
|Gary E. West College of Business Core||45|
|ENT 202||Creative Problem Solving||3|
|ENT 300||Foundations of Entrepreneurship||3|
|ENT 301||Entrepreneurial Promotions||3|
|ENT 325||Social Entrepreneurship||3|
|ENT 350||Entrepreneurship, Law and Ethics||3|
|ENT 450||Venture Finance and Analysis||3|
|ENT 490||CAPSTONE: Internship in Entrepreneurship||3|
|MGT 353||Small Business Management||3|
|MKT 340||Consumer Behavior||3|
Entrepreneurship Majors have the unique support of the West Liberty University Center for Entrepreneurship, a division of the Gary E. West College of Business.. The Center has developed a strong reputation as a catalyst for new business opportunity in the region and throughout the state of West Virginia, bringing entrepreneurial speakers to campus and supporting new business ventures with advice, connections, and even incubator space in Main Hall. The Center also helps entrepreneurs find funding for new ventures through its annual Pitch Contest and its association with the West Virginia Business Plan Competition.
A minor is also available for business majors and non-business majors. Click HERE for details on the Entrepreneurship Minor.