Bachelor of Business Administration with a Major in Innovation and Entrepreneurship

The bachelor of business administration (BBA) with a major in innovation and entrepreneurship (INEN) provides students with a broad spectrum of skills that enable them to start, manage, and grow new and/or existing businesses. Graduates are equipped to work in major organizations that develop new products, procedures, and services. The program provides students with opportunities to explore new organizational types, both for-profit and nonprofit, and to develop the skills needed to become effective consultants. The INEN concentration emphasizes practical learning and encourages students to excel in the classroom while participating in field-related activities. Exposure to scenarios designed to sharpen their ability to use fast-paced decision making, INEN students are challenged to operate with success in turbulent environments. 

In addition to the requirements for the bachelor of business administration the concentration in innovation and entrepreneurship requires five field courses and one international field course:

Field
MGT 3300Entrepreneurship
or MGT 3300W Entrepreneurship
MGT 4003Management of the Growing Entrepreneurial Venture
Three of the following:
MGT 3301Small Business Management
MGT 3302e-Entrepreneurship
MGT 3303Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership
MGT 3305Human Capital Sustainability
MGT 4900Special Topics (Innovation and Creativity)
DNSC 4404Essentials of Project Management
International field
One of the following:
IBUS 3001Introduction to International Business
IBUS 3101Global Financial Environment
IBUS 3201International Marketing Management
IBUS 3301International Business Finance
PSC 1003Introduction to International Politics
SMPP 4900WSpecial Topics (Strategy and International Political Economy)

Students should consult with the advisor for specific Bachelor of Business Administration general education courses that apply to this concentration.