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  Nov 23, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Entrepreneurship (B.S.)


The program will:

  • Provide a full range of coursework aimed at assisting students with the creation and development of new venture ideas, and the skills to develop a marketing plan, financial plan and a complete business plan for their ideas.
  • Establish stronger connections to local entrepreneurs and small business owners to serve as advisors and mentors for the K-State academic departments and students.
  • Provide an avenue for students who are budding entrepreneurs to more fully prepare for the realities of business as they start their new ventures.
  • Allow K-State to compete for the growing number of students who desire the opportunity to study the entrepreneurial process within the context of business.
  • Provide additional integration with the established structure of entrepreneurship opportunities within the K-State community (i.e., NISTAC, Advance Manufacturing Institute).
  • Provide courses that will be available to all majors across the K-State academic environment, so that those outside the College of Business have access to information on starting up new business ventures.

Bachelor's degree requirements


Business Administration Pre-Professions Program (54 credit hours)


BAPP Requirements 

Business Core (30 credit hours)


Business Core Requirements 

Major electives (9 credit hours)


Economics electives (3 credit hours)


Notes: Economics elective must be selected from economic course offerings numbered 510 or above in consultation with the student’s academic advisor.

Economics electives may not overlap with economics courses used to complete another requirement within the entrepreneurship major.

Unrestricted Electives (15 credit hours)


Any course numbered 100-level or above offered for credit by a university department. Students are strongly encouraged to use their unrestricted electives to complete for-credit experiential learning opportunities, such as internships, community service/engagement, and study abroad.

Total credit hours required for graduation: (126)