BS in Entrepreneurship

Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship

This program places emphasis on the creation of new businesses, expansion of existing product lines or business activity, and job creation. Economic growth of a national economy depends upon the expansion of business activities, particularly of family operated enterprises. The principles presented here are applicable in either urban or rural settings.

Below are the courses for the BS in Entrepreneurship, a 120 credit hour degree:

Introduction to Mission
Methods of Bible Study
Financial Accounting
Managerial Accounting
Introduction to Microeconomics
Introduction to Macroeconomics
Introduction to Management
Computer Applications in Management
Basics of Entrepreneurship
Organizational Behavior
Corporate Finance
Managerial Economics
Legal and Ethical Issues in Management
Probability and Statistics I
Calculus with Applications
Principles and Practices of Microfinance and Microenterprise Development
Entrepreneurial Theory and Practice
Entrepreneurship and Family Business
Training Low-Income Entrepreneurs In Small Business Principle
Entrepreneurship and Business Development
Entrepreneurship Strategy
PR and Self-Presentation in the Media
Consumer Behavior
Country Risk Analysis
Advanced Human Resource Management
Developing and Managing Sales
Global Marketing Management