Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Course Requirements

The following requirements must be fulfilled: 120 credits, including University General Education, pre-business courses, and entrepreneurship and innovation major courses.

See requirements for entrepreneurship and innovation as a second major.

General Education Courses
UW 1020University Writing
Two Writing in the Disciplines (WID) courses taken in separate semesters after completion of UW 1020.
One critical analysis in the humanities course. 1
One scientific reasoning with lab course. 1
Pre-Business Courses
BADM 1001
BADM 1002
Business Leader Foundations I
and Business Leader Foundations II 2
or BADM 1003 Business Leader Foundations for Transfer Students
BADM 3001Business Leader Career Strategy
BADM 4001Business Leader Launch
DNSC 1001Business Analytics I: Statistics for Descriptive and Predictive Analytics
or STAT 1051 Introduction to Business and Economic Statistics
or STAT 1053 Introduction to Statistics in Social Science
or STAT 1111 Business and Economic Statistics I
or APSC 3115 Engineering Analysis III
DNSC 2001Business Analytics II: Predictive and Prescriptive Analytics
or STAT 2112 Business and Economic Statistics II
or STAT 2118 Regression Analysis
or ECON 2123 Introduction to Econometrics
or STAT 2123 Introduction to Econometrics
ECON 1011Principles of Economics I
ECON 1012Principles of Economics II
One of the following two-course sequences in mathematics:
MATH 1051
MATH 1252
Finite Mathematics for the Social and Management Sciences
and Calculus for the Social and Management Sciences
or MATH 1231
MATH 1232
Single-Variable Calculus I
and Single-Variable Calculus II
Business core courses
ACCY 2001Introduction to Financial Accounting
BADM 4101Business Ethics and the Legal Environment
or BADM 4101W Business Ethics and the Legal Environment
Three courses selected from the following:
BADM 2001Markets and Politics
or BADM 2001W Markets and Politics
BADM 2301Management Information Systems Technology
BADM 3103Human Capital in Organizations
BADM 3401Contemporary Marketing Management
or BADM 3401W Contemporary Marketing Management
BADM 3501Financial Management and Markets
BADM 3601Operations Management
BADM 4801Strategy Formulation and Implementation
IBUS 3001Introduction to International Business
Entrepreneurship and innovation major courses
MGT 3300Entrepreneurship
or MGT 3300W Entrepreneurship
MGT 4003Management of the Growing Entrepreneurial Venture
MGT 4008Entrepreneurship and Innovation Practicum 3
Seven courses selected from the following:
ACCY 2002Introductory Managerial Accounting
ACCY 4601Business Law: Enterprise Organization
CE 2510Environmental Sustainability
COMM 1025Introduction to Communication Studies
CSCI 1030Technology and Society
DNSC 4404Essentials of Project Management
EMSE 4410Engineering Economic Analysis
ENGL 1210Introduction to Creative Writing
ENGL 3390Topics in Creative Writing
HSCI 2109Trends and Innovations in Health Care
IBUS 4401Managing the Multinational Enterprise
ISTM 4223Innovation Ventures
ISTM 4233Emerging Technologies
MAE 2170History and Impact of the U.S. Patent System
MGT 3201Leadership in Action
MGT 3202Managerial Negotiations
MGT 3301Small Business Management
MGT 3302e-Entrepreneurship
MGT 3303Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership
MGT 3305Human Capital Sustainability
MGT 4008Entrepreneurship and Innovation Practicum 3
MGT 4082New Venture Initiation (New Venture Initiation)
MGT 4084Family Business (Family Business)
MGT 4085Social Entrepreneurship (Social Entrepreneurship)
MGT 4086Creativity and Innovation (Innovation and Creativity)
MGT 4900Special Topics (Entrepreneurial Finance)
MGT 4900Special Topics (Entrepreneurship and the Arts)
MKTG 3142Consumer Behavior
MKTG 3143Marketing Research
MKTG 4148Advertising and Marketing Communications
MKTG 4159Marketing Strategy
PHIL 2135Ethics in Business and the Professions
SEAS 4800Special Topics
SMPA 3195Selected Topics in Journalism and Mass Communication (Entrepreneurship New Media Industry)
SOC 1002The Sociological Imagination
SUST 1001Introduction to Sustainability
Electives
In general, students complete 43 credits in electives courses, or the minimum necessary to reach 120 credits for the degree. 18 of these 43 credits must be taken outside of GWSB. Elective courses may be numbered 1000 to 4999. Electives may not include LSPA (Lifestyle, Sport, and Physical Activity) courses and may include a maximum of one HLWL (Health and Wellness) course. Students may use electives for a concentration, a second major, or a minor.

See University General Education Requirements for a list of approved courses.

First-Year students are required to take BADM 1001 and BADM 1002; transfer students are required to take BADM 1003.

3 Students may repeat MGT 4008 for another 3 credits and apply it towards the additional entrepreneurship and innovation major course requirements.


Entrepreneurship and innovation a second major requirements

Students who are pursuing entrepreneurship and innovation as a second major are required to complete the following courses. Non-GWSB students may declare entrepreneurship and innovation as a second major directly with their home school advisor; a signature from a GWSB academic advisor is not required. 

Required
MGT 3300Entrepreneurship
or MGT 3300W Entrepreneurship
MGT 4003Management of the Growing Entrepreneurial Venture
MGT 4008Entrepreneurship and Innovation Practicum 3
Seven courses selected from the following:
ACCY 2002Introductory Managerial Accounting
ACCY 4601Business Law: Enterprise Organization
CE 2510Environmental Sustainability
COMM 1025Introduction to Communication Studies
CSCI 1030Technology and Society
DNSC 4404Essentials of Project Management
EMSE 4410Engineering Economic Analysis
ENGL 1210Introduction to Creative Writing
ENGL 3390Topics in Creative Writing
HSCI 2109Trends and Innovations in Health Care
IBUS 4401Managing the Multinational Enterprise
ISTM 4223Innovation Ventures
MAE 2170History and Impact of the U.S. Patent System
MGT 3201Leadership in Action
MGT 3202Managerial Negotiations
MGT 3301Small Business Management
MGT 3302e-Entrepreneurship
MGT 3303Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership
MGT 3305Human Capital Sustainability
MGT 4008Entrepreneurship and Innovation Practicum 3
MGT 4082New Venture Initiation
MGT 4084Family Business
MGT 4085Social Entrepreneurship
MGT 4086Creativity and Innovation
MGT 4900Special Topics (Entrepreneurial Finance)
MGT 4900Special Topics (Entrepreneurship and the Arts)
MKTG 3142Consumer Behavior
MKTG 3143Marketing Research
MKTG 4148Advertising and Marketing Communications
MKTG 4159Marketing Strategy
PHIL 2135Ethics in Business and the Professions
SEAS 4800Special Topics
SMPA 3195Selected Topics in Journalism and Mass Communication
SOC 1002The Sociological Imagination
SUST 1001Introduction to Sustainability