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You’ve got the ideas and vision, but you need the tactical principles to make them come alive. Let us guide you in the design, plan, launch and execution of your entrepreneurial endeavors. Our well-versed faculty understand what it takes to succeed in the industry, so they’ve established comprehensive curriculum that will set you on the right path. You will learn how to develop professional relationships, plan for the financial success of your business and market at the right time and to the right people. Your ideas are innovative and valuable, and we’ll work alongside you to develop them into their full potential, so that you can be an established expert in the field, too.
Students can select classes to meet their interest in for-profit, social or missional entrepreneurship.
Specific courses required:
Choose two of the following eight courses:
Become more competitive in the job market with an internship related to your interests. You’ll gain experience and boost your exposure. An internship will also help you learn whether you’ve chosen a career you’ll enjoy.
With a top-tier university education on your resume, you’ll be in high demand, whether you choose to launch your career or begin graduate school. Most of our programs have a placement rate of at least 90 percent within six months of graduation.
Learn from award-winning, experienced faculty who actually care about you. Our small class sizes allow us to get to know you personally. We lead an approachable community within our respective programs. Our faculty connections are the experts on their subject matter, too.
We provide you the opportunity to enhance your academic understanding by applying what you’ve learned in class to service projects that benefit our community. Before graduation, you’ll participate in at least two SALT (Serving and Learning Together) projects.
Joe Ivey serves as an associate professor of management and as executive director of the Lipscomb Center for Entrepreneurship. Prior to becoming a member of the full-time faculty, he served...Learn More
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