Courses in entrepreneurship (ENTR) provide students with information regarding all aspects of entrepreneurship. Specific topics include revenue estimation, cost budgeting, capitalization and funding, and the development and implementation of the business plan.
The major career objectives are to have entrepreneur students capable of starting their own businesses, or going to work for an existing entrepreneur.
Of special importance to entrepreneur majors is the Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship (WCE). The mission of the WCE is to organize and expand the knowledge and practice of entrepreneurship. WCE combines academic rigor with practical experience to provide the foundation needed to develop and manage business enterprises in a rapidly changing business environment. Utilizing the concept of team teaching, guest lecturers and intensive mentor programs, the center has formalized a “real-life, hands-on” learning approach that is changing the way America looks at entrepreneurship education.