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Entrepreneurship

Major Overview

51 credits

Why entrepreneurship?
This major combines the study of small business management with an in-depth analysis of ways new business ventures are created and developed. Processes and procedures necessary to transform an initial entrepreneurial idea into a viable business operation are the central focus of the major. The entrepreneurship major is recommended for students planning to work in a small business or who intend to start and operate their own small business.

Career Options
Advertising, marketing, and public relations managers; construction managers; food service managers; insurance sales agents; personal financial advisors; real estate brokers and sales agents; top executives

High School Preparation
Accounting; Business; Calculus; Microeconomics; Statistics

Sample Schedule (Paradigm) and Course Descriptions

General Transfer Guidelines

For more information contact:

Thomas Marpe, Ed.D.
Chair, Business Department
Saint Mary's University of Minnesota
700 Terrace Heights #1455
Winona, MN 55987-1399
(800) 635-5987, Ext. 6963
tmarpe@smumn.edu