BS in Entrepreneurial Studies
Grand Canyon University's Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies program is designed to teach students how to create, manage, and promote a business. Learn more about the Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies program here.
Official Program Name:
Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies
School Offering Program:
Grand Canyon University
Applicants to Grand Canyon University's Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies program should be interested in the successful creation and management of businesses.
Grand Canyon University's Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies program is intended to teach students how to design, build, promote, and manage their own business. The program's curriculum includes instruction in economics, financial and managerial accounting, marketing, public relations, and business planning. The program offers students opportunities to ask useful questions, think analytically, and solve problems. Students also have the chance to learn how to become an intrapreneur if they work for someone else.
Financial Aid Available:
Federal financial aid, including loan, grants, and scholarships, is available to qualifying students. Students can find out about scholarships and other financial aid opportunities from a Grand Canyon University Enrollment Counselor.
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Required Courses for a Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies:
Program and course requirements are subject to change. Contact Grand Canyon University to confirm the most accurate information before enrolling in a program.
Entrepreneurial Studies Major
- ECN 220: Introduction to Economics (4 credits)
- ACC 250: Financial Accounting (4 credits)
- MKT 245: Principles of Marketing (4 credits)
- BUS 340: Ethical and Legal Issues in Business (4 credits)
- ACC 350: Managerial Accounting (4 credits)
- MGT 420: Organizational Behavior and Management (4 credits)
- BUS 352: Business Statistics (4 credits)
- FIN 350: Fundamentals of Business Finance (4 credits)
- ENT 320: Public Relations and Networking Skills (4 credits)
- ENT 420: New Venture Financing (4 credits)
- ENT 435: Intrapreneurship and Innovation (4 credits)
- MGT 455: Production/Operations Management (4 credits)
- ENT 445: Business Planning for Entrepreneurs (4 credits)
- BUS 485: Strategic Management (4 credits)
- University Foundations (4 credits)
- Effective Communication (9-12 credits)
- Includes at least 3 credits in English grammar or composition
- Christian Worldview (4 credits)
- Critical Thinking (11-12 credits)
- Includes at least 3 credits in college-level mathematics
- Global Awareness, Perspectives, and Ethics (6-8 credits)
Post Graduation Opportunities
Furthering Your Education:
After completing Grand Canyon University's Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies program, students may choose to pursue a master's degree in entrepreneurship or a related area. Earning a master's degree may allow students to increase their knowledge of a specific area of business, such as marketing, accounting, or management.
Master's degrees that students could pursue include:
- Master of Business Administration
- Master of Business Administration with a Specialization in Accounting
- Master of Business Administration with a Specialization in Internet Marketing
- Master of Accounting and Financial Management (MAFM)
- Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM)
Because entrepreneurs usually start a business in an area dear to their hearts, career possibilities are unlimited. The beginning stage of an entrepreneurial project may cause graduates to begin in a job somewhat different from what they anticipate further down the road. For example, someone who starts their own restaurant may often work as cook, dishwasher, bookkeeper, and janitor when the business begins, but all the while anticipate the time when they can just be a restaurant manager. A few of the possible careers available to the entrepreneur are:
- Market information specialist
- Employment counselor
- Telecommunication marketer
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