Studying Entrepreneurship

In addition to participating in Lepage Center programs, students may wish to study entrepreneurship as part of their academic program. 

For Undergraduate Students

By completing nine credit hours of entrepreneurship coursework and receiving approval, students can earn an entrepreneurial management designation, a credential that signifies they have the skills to add value to innovative, early-stage ventures.

The two-semester Student Venture Accelerator Course is a great opportunity for students to learn to create viable ventures. In this course, students will learn to take an idea from its earliest inception to the next level. 

For Graduate Students

MBA students may earn a concentration or specialization in entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial hospitality, or strategic management and innovation.