Successful Startups and Entrepreneurship Careers
Do you want to start a new business, or work for an entrepreneurial company such as Google?
A major in entrepreneurship will allow you to sharpen your business skills and focus on business concepts that actually work.
In addition to solid fundamentals, you will find a strong experiential component including great speaker events, incubation opportunities, student consulting experience, student-run venture fund, networking events, and the signature THE CLIMB | Jake Jabs Business Plan Competition.
A major in entrepreneurship provides the tools and resources necessary to successfully start your venture by sharpening your business skills, leveraging resources, and thinking out-of-the box – skills that will also make you desirable to modern corporations.
There are three parts to a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Entrepreneurship major
Courses for the Entrepreneurship major may include
- Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship
- Entrepreneurship Law and Ethics
- Entrepreneurial E-Marketing
- New Product Development
- Business Plan and Model Development
See an advisor for details. For full course descriptions, connect to the course catalog.
About the Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship
Founded in 1996 by Richard and Pamela Bard and later renamed the Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship following a transformational gift of $10 million from Jake Jabs, CEO and Founder of American Furniture Warehouse, the center has prepared future leaders for success for almost two decades. Over the years, the Jabs Center has grown to host the largest AACSB accredited graduate entrepreneurship program in Colorado with a well-rounded suite of support services, ably supported by Colorado’s greatest entrepreneurs. This tremendous resource is now offered to undergraduate students via a major in entrepreneurship.
Visit the Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship for more information.