Interdisciplinary Studies - Entrepreneurship (BA)
An entrepreneur is an individual who can see how to do, make, or serve something in a different, more effective and appealing way. Entrepreneurship can happen "from scratch" as with a new invention or technique. It also needs to happen within existing organizations, such as when a company "reinvents" itself.
There are, even in today's economy, investors with capital (money) who are looking for individuals who can not only find new business opportunities, but who have the skills to manage and grow them. A "good idea" is not enough; creating something new that will be successful requires a combination of skills - courage, calculated risk taking and management expertise chief among them. This emphasis taps into those core skills to fuel the creative dimensions.
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Events & Deadlines
- 05/27 : MEMORIAL DAY - UNIVERSITY CLOSED
- 07/04 : INDEPENDENCE DAY- UNIVERSITY CLOSED
- 09/02 : LABOR DAY - UNIVERSITY CLOSED
- 11/11 : VETERANS DAY - UNIVERSITY CLOSED
- 11/28-11/29 : THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY - UNIVERSITY CLOSED (Begin)
Degree Available At:
- In Person Campuses
- Blended Campuses