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The pursuit of opportunity

There is an entrepreneurial imperative driving economic development around the world where creating, exploring, inventing, pioneering, imagining and innovating are the catalysts for growth of new and existing organizations. Yet the entrepreneurial imperative involves more than starting new ventures and reinvigorating existing ones.

It encourages a mindset that centers on seeking opportunities, taking risks beyond security, tolerating failure, bootstrapping, creatively leveraging resources, and having the tenacity to overcome obstacles and push an idea to implementation.

BBA in Entrepreneurship

The entrepreneurship major focuses on encouraging the entrepreneurial mindset in order to equip you with the knowledge and experience that will prepare you to enter a dynamic environment and enabling greater success in your professional careers. If you are interested in building your own business, blazing new trails or working for yourself you may wish to earn your degree in entrepreneurship.

Minor in entrepreneurship

With a focus on innovation and the creation of new industries, this minor will help your improve your understanding of the entrepreneurial process and prepare you to evaluate an idea, structure a management team and assemble resources in the pursuit of opportunity.

This minor requires the following courses:

  • MGMT 3390 - Principles of Entrepreneurship
  • MGMT 4385 - Entrepreneurship: Opportunity Assessment
  • MGMT 4393 - Entrepreneurial Finance

Plus nine semester hours from:

  • MGMT 3366 - Entrepreneurial Family Firms
  • MGMT 3370 - Management Principles
  • MGMT 3372 - Supply Chain Management
  • MGMT 3383 - Purchasing and Materials Management
  • MGMT 4170 - Topics in Management
  • MGMT 4175 - Special Problems in Management
  • MGMT 4176 - Internship Management
  • MGMT 4344 - Project Management
  • MGMT 4364 - Entrepreneurial Field Studies
  • MKTG 3351 - Principles of Marketing
  • MKTG 3352 - Advertising and Promotion
  • MKTG 3353 - Personal Selling
  • MKTG 3355 - Consumer Behavior
  • MKTG 4186 - Internship in Marketing
  • ACCT 1301 - Small Business Accounting
  • ACCT 2301 - Principles of Financial Accounting
  • BLAW 3335 - Business Law
  • BUSI 4300 - Negotiation and Alternate Dispute Resolution
  • FINC 3333 - Introduction to Financial Management

Contact 

Department of Management and Marketing
936.468.4103
MgtMkt@sfasu.edu
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Physical Address:
McGee Business Building
Suite 403

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 13070, SFA Station
Nacogdoches, Texas 75962

 

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