BS - Business Administration, Concentration in Entrepreneurship
The concentration in entrepreneurship prepares students with a drive for innovation and the passion to create new businesses to be entrepreneurs or corporate innovators. Students who complete the program will gain a global perspective of entrepreneurship, an understanding of the key management principles across business functions and the need to embrace change in a rapidly evolving environment due to global competition, new technology and changing customer requirements.
|General Education Requirements||36|
|Of the 51 units required by the university, 15 may be satisfied by specified major and support requirements. Consult major advisor for details.|
|Of the 6 units required by the university, all may be satisfied within general education requirements as specified in the schedule of classes.|
|Preparation for the Major||17|
|COMM 100W, ENGL 100WB or LLD 100WB (3); ECON 001A, ECON 001B, MATH 071 and ENGL 001B (14)|
|Lower Division Business and Support||13|
|BUS 020, BUS 021, BUS 080, BUS 090 and BUS 091L|
|Business Fundamentals (Upper Division)||12|
|BUS 130, BUS 140, BUS 170 and BUS 190|
|Business Integration and Perspectives (Upper Division)||15|
|PHIL 186, BUS 187, BUS 188, BUS 189 and one non-business global perspectives course (Area V)|
|BUS 131D, BUS 173C and BUS 181|
|Complete nine units from: BUS 136E, BUS 182, BUS 183, BUS 184, BUS 185, BUS 186S|
All students must complete MATH 071, ENGL 001B, BUS 020, and BUS 090 with grades of "C" or better prior to any upper division business courses.
Additionally, to qualify for a baccalaureate degree in business administration with an entreprenuership concentration, all courses in the concentration must be completed with a grade of "C-" or better. A cumulative 2.0 GPA is required in all business classes.