Catalog 2022-2023


Faculty: Professor White, Program Coordinator and James W. Walter Distinguished Chair of Entrepreneurship; Professors Koutroumanis, Margetis, Tompson; Associate Professors Hertz, Pittz; Assistant Professors Alexiou, Crawford.

New business creation is the source of economic and job growth, and the means by which the economy transforms itself through new technologies, products and services. Graduates in this field develop the knowledge and skills required to start and operate an entrepreneurial venture with attention focused on creativity, innovation, developing an entrepreneurial mindset, new venture planning, entrepreneurial finance, entrepreneurial marketing research, and managing and growing a new business venture. The entrepreneurship major can be applied to either starting a business or working in an existing firm where creativity and innovation is a strategic advantage in today’s competitive work environment.