MaconCatalog : The Stetson-Hatcher School of Business : Entrepreneurship (ENT)
 
Entrepreneurship (ENT)
Successful entrepreneurs combine creative thinking with a strong foundation in business to address a need or opportunity in an innovative context. Sometimes these competencies are addressed by a combination of personalities on an entrepreneurial team, but an individual may also imbue them. The SHSB major in Entrepreneurship is designed to give individuals the benefits of all three perspectives: a business foundation, design thinking, and an innovative context. Accordingly, a major in Entrepreneurship is 20 hours and requires the following courses (note all pre-requisites are required in the business core studies for all BBA students):
 
1. Entrepreneurship
(MGT 427)
2. Entrepreneurial Financial Management
(MGT 467)
3. Professional Selling
(MKT 420)
4. Strategic Marketing Management
(MKT 475)
5. Leadership or Human Resource Management
(MGT 428 or MGT 429)
6. Seminar in Entrepreneurship
(MGT 454)
7. Entrepreneurship Practicum I
(BUS 275)
8. Entrepreneurship Practicum II
(BUS 276)
 
Minors in entrepreneurship are available to students pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. A minor in entrepreneurship consists of a total of 9 credit hours. Specifically, students pursuing a minor in entrepreneurship will be required to complete the following:
 
1. Entrepreneurship
(MGT 427)
2. Professional Selling
(MKT 420)
3. Seminar in Entrepreneurship
(MGT 454)
4. Entrepreneurship Practicum I
(BUS 275)
 
Courses used for a student’s major may not be used toward this minor. This double-counting prohibition will not preclude a student from earning one of these minors under circumstances where his/her major requires that he/she broaden him/herself by taking a depth area, a minor, or professional-area electives over and above the courses required for his/her major.