School of Management

BBA – Entrepreneurship

Program Overview

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with a specialization in Entrepreneurship is designed to prepare future entrepreneurs.

Given the many responsibilities associated with running a business, the curriculum for entrepreneurship programs are often extensive, including classes in quantitative techniques, marketing, accounting and finance. By the final year of the program, courses are often more focused towards business management itself, including courses in operations management, human resource management, and business ethics. Students will develop expertise in evaluating opportunities and successful business models, creating business plans and attracting venture capital.

The program will focus on identifying, analyzing and evaluating global and local business opportunities; creating new independent business ventures or new ventures within existing firms; developing effective business plans to obtain financing; sources of capital; legal issues related to starting and operating a business; valuation; family owned businesses; succession; and opThe Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with a specialization in Entrepreneurship is designed to prepare future entrepreneurs.

The main benefit of attaining a BBA in Entrepreneurship stems from this broad curriculum. Graduates have the option to go on to further higher education or enter the business world directly. In either case, they are indeed well equipped to be entrepreneurs to start their own businesses, run family businesses, and manage new ventures within established organizations, or pursue careers as Business Consultants, Fundraisers and Development Officers or New Venture Developers.The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with a specialization in Entrepreneurship is designed to prepare future entrepreneurs.

The program will focus on identifying, analyzing and evaluating global and local business opportunities; creating new independent business ventures or new ventures within existing firms; developing effective business plans to obtain financing; sources of capital; legal issues related to starting and operating a business; valuation; family owned businesses; succession; and opportunities for women entrepreneurs.

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