The entrepreneurship major at Saint Mary’s 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.
Small business manager; business consultant; venture capitalist; investment analyst; management analyst; market research analyst; e-commerce analyst; sales associate; nonprofit executive; corporate entrepreneur; small business owner
High School Preparation
Accounting; Business; Calculus; Microeconomics; Statistics
Enhance Your Experience
Students who major in entrepreneurship oftentimes pursue a double major or minor in public relations.
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.