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Entrepreneurship Management


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The entrepreneurship major is appropriate for students who may wish to start their own business someday, work in a family-owned business, or work for smaller businesses.

Through key courses like Entrepreneurial Skills, New Venture Creation, Managing an Emerging Business, students learn fundamental knowledge to build and grow a business.


The minor includes 18 credits of upper division Entrepreneurship, Management, and other COBE upper division courses.


  • Get help with deciding on a degree/major, course planning and semester schedules through COBE Advising Services.

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I Got Help

Entrepreneurship management major Alex Safiran’s passion for cars and art led him to selling custom shirts to other car enthusiasts. This start-up was a self-proclaimed failure. When Alex lost his job due to COVID, he figured it was a good time to give a business another shot. He sought help from COBE faculty and Dream Driven Apparel (opens in a new window) was born.

“[A management faculty member] made himself available to me online for class work questions and I told him about my business I just started and he really started helping me push it further. He met with me quite often and helped me set challenging but achievable goals,” said Alex. “Even after I completed his class, he still met with me to discuss improving my business.”