Description of Major
This major educates students about starting their own business, working for a small, entrepreneurial, or closely-held firm, or working for a large organization that interacts with small, entrepreneurial, and closely held firms. The College of Business has focus concentrations instead of majors that are paired with one of eight integral areas.
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Graduates are prepared for a wide range of positions in family, private, or small businesses, as well as many other possible employers. A variety of jobs are available for entrepreneurship graduates, including: