All undergraduate business students are required to take liberal arts core curriculum courses, foundational and major-specific business courses, and allied courses from outside the College of Business in key areas such as economics, math, and statistics.
Entrepreneurship Major Courses
For non-business majors, St. Thomas offers the Entrepreneurship Minor, so you can pair savvy entrepreneurial skills with your passion.
Entrepreneurship Minor Program
ACCT 100 Principles of Accounting I
BUSN 100 Business for the Common Good
ENTR 100 Entrepreneurship & Innovation
Begin allied courses in economics, math, and statistics
ACCT 200 Principles of Accounting II
BETH 300 Ethical Principles in Business
BLAW 300 Law for Business Leaders I
BUSN 200 Business Learning Through Service
CISC 200 Intro to Computer Technology and Business Application
FINC 310 Core Financial Management
MGMT 200 Working Skillfully in Organizations
MKTG 200 Introduction to Marketing
OPMT 200 Operations and Supply Chain Management
STUDY ABROAD: Your second or third years are ideal for semester-long or short-term (January) international programs.
Years 3 & 4
As a junior and senior, you’ll take upper-level specialized courses specific to your chosen major, as well as business electives.
In addition to your major courses, you’ll also take interdisciplinary liberal arts courses in theSt. Thomas Core Curriculumthroughout your four years.
Students who complete the required coursework receive a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a major in Entrepreneurship, or a minor in Entrepreneurship to complement their non-business major/degree.
Your professor is always available to help you with your coursework. If you need extra help with your core courses in accounting, finance, or operations, free tutors are also available. Whether you're stuck on an assignment or want help preparing for an exam, our tutors are always glad to work with you. You can schedule a 30-minute one-on-one appointment, or drop in during open hours.
St. Thomas maintains a large network of alumni and local business connections, which leads to real-world learning opportunities, internships and -oftentimes- employment after graduation. When you're ready for an internship, the Career Development Center can help you find a position that supports your professional goals.
The Schulze School of Entrepreneurship also offers a unique Summer Internship Grant to help students intern at companies that may not be in a position to pay market wages, such as startups and nonprofits.