The Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship provides a robust foundation in business and prepares students to launch their own businesses as entrepreneurs or creatively contribute as intrapreneurs inside existing businesses. Students will learn all facets of the business creation process to include new product development, technology integration, financing new ventures, and the operations behind a business. They will also draft their own business plans and, if a superior idea is discovered, potentially follow the plan to launch a real-world business.

Students in the Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship major may apply for the CUS Dual Degree Programs, earning both their Entrepreneurship major and courses that can be applied toward the program in the College of Adult and Graduate Studies (CAGS). Additional information on the Entrepreneurship Dual Degree program is below.

The Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship requires completion of the following 120 credit hours:
General Education (48 credit hours)
Business Core (34 credit hours)
Entrepreneurship Core (21 credit hours)
General Electives (17 credit hours)