Business and Entrepreneurial Studies
Business and Entrepreneurial Studies

Successful entrepreneurs are innovators, dreamers and doers. They are prudent risk takers and persistent and focused problem solvers. Our program seeks to encourage and develop entrepreneurs and an entrepreneurial culture.

Business and Entrepreneurial Studies

Our Business and Entrepreneurial Studies program emphasizes professional skills and entrepreneurial talents. Entrepreneurship infuses and inspires the curriculum, from introductory business and marketing courses through capstone courses in entrepreneurship and real world experience.

Successful entrepreneurs are innovators, dreamers and doers. They are prudent risk takers and persistent and focused problem solvers. Our program seeks to encourage and develop entrepreneurs and an entrepreneurial culture.

Every business student completes nine (27 credit hours) foundation courses in Business, Marketing, Accounting, Economics and Statistics, and then chooses a concentration of eleven (33 credit hours) mainly upper-level courses. Concentration choices include Accounting, Business Sustainability, Management, Sport and Fitness Management or Self-Designed.

We provide students technical excellence and entrepreneurial spirit in a small-college atmosphere.

Download the Learning Outcomes and/or the Program of Study PDF for the Business and Entrepeneurial Studies Bachelor of Science Degree >>

Download the Program of Study PDF for the Small Business Associate in Science Degree >>

Our Faculty

Pat McCarthy - Accounting, Finance

Jon Reisman - Government, Capitalism and Entrepreneurship, Environmental Policy

Ron Mosley - Business Law, Entrepreneurship

Kevin Athearn - Economics, International Business
Learn about the research he conducts with UMM undergraduates in Natural Resource Economics.

Bob Tropea - Marketing and Entrepreneurship, Management, Ethics

Matthew Benner - Business and Entrepreneurship

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