Jun 20, 2019
The Department of Management and Entrepreneurship offers the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Entrepreneurial Studies.
Xavier’s undergraduate major in Entrepreneurial Studies is designed to help prepare students to seek opportunities, act resourcefully, think creatively, and lead ethically to make a difference in their organizations and the world, our majors will learn to:
- Provide progressive leadership for existing family businesses
- Start their own businesses, and/or
- Pursue careers in creating and managing innovation and leading entrepreneurship in non-profits and small to large organizations in this global market economy.
The strength of our free enterprise economy depends heavily on an entrepreneurial mindset in those individuals who identify new product or service opportunities, develop workable plans for capitalizing on those opportunities, and assume personal risk and take the initiative in creating and then managing the new or expanded enterprises which those plans make possible.
Requirements for a Major in Entrepreneurial Studies
Since successful entrepreneurs and those with an entrepreneurial mindset need to have an integrative and interdisciplinary set of skills, the Entrepreneurial Studies major is interdisciplinary in nature, providing advanced course work in all business functions, specialized course work in creativity and innovation, business planning and a field experience, and a required entrepreneurial work internship.
Business Core Requirements:
Business Core Courses
A 2.00 grade point average must be attained in the business core. At least half of the 42 total credit hours must be taken at Xavier.
21 total credit hours required, as follows:
12 hours specifically required:
3 hours as Marketing elective:
6 hours as a major elective:
- Select from a list of approved courses in BAIS, FINC, MGMT, MKTG or SHRM.
- 3 hours of business electives.
- 3 hours of general electives.
- Please note that double majors (students majoring in another business discipline beside ENTR) should take electives only with the approval of the department since double-counting of courses is not permitted.
B.S.B.A. Entrepreneurial Studies
This block serves as a guideline for progress toward a degree. See your academic advisor.
- Mathematical Perspective
- ENGL 101: English Composition
- Foreign Language I
- MKTG 300: Principles of Marketing
- BUAD 101: The Business Profession I
- CORE 100: First Year Seminar
- CORE 101
- Quantitative Reasoning Elective
- THEO 111: Theological Foundations
- Foreign Language II
- Historical Perspective
- ECON 200: Microeconomic Principles
- BAIS 120: Intro to Business Tech
- BUAD 102: The Business Profession
- CORE 102
- PHIL 100: Ethics as Intro to Philosophy
- ECON 201: Macroeconomic Principles
- ACCT 200: Introductory Financial Accounting
- STAT 211: Statistics For Business II
- SHRM 200: Human Resources in a Diverse S
- BUAD 201: The Business Profession II
- Natural Science Elective
- MGMT 301: Managerial Communications
- ACCT 201: Introductory Managerial Accounting
- MGMT 300: Managerial Behavior
- BAIS 220: Management of Information Systems
- BUAD 202: The Business Profession II
- PHIL 200: Philosophical Perspectives
- Scientific Perspective
- FINC 300: Business Finance
- MGMT 305: Creativity and Innovation
- MKTG Electives for ENTR Majors
- BUAD 301: The Business Profession III
- Theological Perspective
- ENGL 205: Literature and Moral Imagination
- ECON 300: International Trade and Business Environment
- ENTR 311: New Venture
- ENTR 303: Co-Op Education
- BUAD 302: The Business Profession III
- Creative Perspective
- BLAW 300: Legal Environment
- MGMT 302: Quality and Product in Operation
- FINC 388
- Writing Intensive Elective
- BUAD 401: The Business Profession IV
- Humanities Elective
- MGMT 495: Strategic Management
- ENTR Elective
- Business Elective
- General Elective
- CORE 499
- BUAD 402: The Business Profession IV
||123 credit hours are typical, with 120 as the absolute minimum.