Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship Degree 2022-2023 Edition

Entrepreneurs are agents and catalysts of economic, technological, and social progress that foster economic development and improve the quality of life. An entrepreneurial mindset - which involves being able to identify problems and opportunities, developing creative solutions, assembling resources, and organizing people to successfully create new businesses - is one of the most important skill set to be successful in the new economy of 21th century. In this program students are going to learn these skills as well as the in-depth knowledge of their functional (concentration) areas. Experiential learning will be emphasized throughout the program with courses involving consulting projects and internships with startups, and students will be ready to create a positive change in society either as start-up founders, or as corporate or social entrepreneurs, or as the leaders of their family businesses.

Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship Degree Program Curriculum Requirements

First-Year Gateway Experience
Global Foundations of Character and Leadership
Global Foundations of Organizations and Business
Writing Workshop
Bryant IDEA: Innovation and Design Experience For All
Entrepreneurship Core
Introduction to Programming
Creating a New Venture
Entrepreneurial Marketing
Entrepreneurial Finance
Entrepreneurship Practicum
Two approved ENT electives
Specialization: Choose One Concentration Area
Finance Concentration
Investments
Financial Institutions and Markets
Financial Statement Analysis
Financial Modeling
Data Analysis for Finance
Three Finance Elective 1, 2
Information Systems Concentration
Introduction to Programming
Database Management System Principles
Infrastructure and Cloud Computing
Systems Analysis and Information Technology Consulting
Two ISA Electives 3, 4
Marketing Concentration
Consumer Behavior
Marketing Research
Marketing Policy and Problems
Three Marketing Electives 5, 6
Business Core Requirement
Principles of Financial Accounting
Introduction to Information Technology and Analytics
The Legal Environment of Business
Financial Management
Management Principles and Practice
Operations Management
Global Dimensions of Operations Management
Foundations of Marketing Management
Liberal Arts Core Requirements
Microeconomic Principles
Macroeconomic Principles
Introduction to Literary Studies
Mathematical Analysis
Statistics I
Two Humanities Historical Survey Courses
Liberal Arts Distributions - Mode of Thought 7
Two Social Science Mode of Thought
One Historical Mode of Thought(Upper Division)
One Literary Mode of Thought(Upper Division)
Two Scientific Modes of Thought 8
One Liberal Art Elective
Liberal Arts Minor Requirement
Four Courses(selection is made from a variety of liberal arts disciplines) 9
1

Can include ENT 381 from the Entrepreneurship Core

2

One must be at the 400-level

3

One must be at 400-level

4

Can include ISA 210 from the Entrepreneurship Core

5

One must be at the 400-level

6

Can include ENT 380 from Entrepreneurship Core

7

3 credits from the required liberal arts minor may be applied to this distribution

8

Include One Lab Science.  One science course must be at the 300-400 level

9

Some minors require more than 12 credits

A minimum of 122 credits are required for graduation