The coursework that makes up the four undergraduate options (two majors, two minors) comes out of the Lipscomb College of Business, a highly regarded school that is also home to the Dean Institute for Corporate Governance and Integrity. Consequently, all core business classwork is taught within the context of outstanding business grounding and ethical business practices.
If your professional skills require you to build a business that supports them, you now have the opportunity to major and minor in entrepreneurship. The new Lipscomb Center for Entrepreneurship prepares future physicians, dentists, psychologists, therapists, freelance, small-shop creatives and others to build a solid foundation for their professional success. There are no business prerequisites for the undergraduate minor, and you even have the opportunity to focus your concentration on the growing field of social entrepreneurship.
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Thorough preparation includes:
- An Entrepreneur's Introduction to Business
- Marketing the Entrepreneurial Enterprise
- Social Entreprise
- Financial Management of the Entrepreneurial Enterprise
- Managing the Entrepreneurial Enterprise
- Entrepreneurial Internship (with facilitated internship placement)
- Independent Study in Management
- Seminar in Strategy and Busienss Planning for the Entrepreneurial Enterprise (majors only)
- Special Topics
|Entrepreneurship Major & Minor (Only these courses for minors)||Hours|
|Entrepreneurship Concentration in the Management Major (Only for majors)||Hours|
|ENT 4503||Seminar in Strategy and Business Planning for the Entrepreneurial Enterprise - F, SP||3|
To find out how you or your business can partner with promising business “dreamers and doers” through the center—or for degree information—contact Joe Ivey, executive director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615.966.6229. For other questions contact Kristin Matthews, program coordinator , at email@example.com or 615.966.5321.