The entrepreneurship major at Saint Mary's teaches innovation as a model for effective business evolution to meet market demands. The program guides students in how to develop new products, design solutions to pressing problems, and pivot existing business models to meet emerging needs.
Using an evidence-based approach, students identify needs, move from an idea to execution, and create a structure for continued business growth. The coursework is relevant for students who desire to integrate innovation and seek to understand the structure around ideation, business design, growth, funding, and new venture management.
Small business manager; business consultant; venture capitalist; management analyst; market research analyst; nonprofit executive; corporate entrepreneur; small business owner; corporate innovator; business development lead
High School Preparation
Business; Digital Media; English; Microeconomics; Psychology; Speech
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Kabara Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies
The Kabara Institute aims to incite a passion for entrepreneurial spirit in students across the university, regardless of their major field of study. It enhances the entrepreneurship program offerings at Saint Mary’s by providing opportunities for students to interact with entrepreneurs and experience entrepreneurship first-hand, and fosters a greater understanding and appreciation of the importance of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship in our society.
The entrepreneurship minor pairs well with a major outside of the Business Department such as art studio, digital media and journalism, graphic design, or music industry. The entrepreneurship minor is not allowed with any of the business majors.