With six majors, two minors, and a certificate program, the School of Entrepreneurship & Management provides courses in the fundamentals of organizations and management, along with a mix of entrepreneurial skills focusing on reasoning, creativity, testing, and critical thinking skills valued by the most successful entrepreneurs.
Students will be exposed to current information concerning the study and practice of business management. Students develop an understanding of current management concepts and practices, build problem- solving and communications skills, and appreciate the ethical implications of managerial work.
Topics of interest in management include decision-making and planning, organizing processes and resources for effective action, leading and motivating organization members, and the impact of technology in the workplace and the competitive environment.
The faculty is dedicated, motivated, caring, experienced, and academically or professionally qualified; values meaningful student-faculty interaction; and searches out and uses current instructional resources and methods.
Our entrepreneurship courses are taught by instructors with over 50 years of combined business experience in service, retail, international, manufactoring, and social enterprises.
We view entrepreneurial thinking as a learnable and manageable process, and seek to teach that process in small classes and one-on-one engagement between faculty and students.
We welcome your questions and inquiries. Feel free to contact our faculty members or main office for more information.