About the Entrepreneurship Courses
Through the Hosmer Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation and the Gainey School of Business, the following courses are offered to equip students to start a new business, to be small business or agency owners/operators, or to bring entrepreneurial skill and energy to social problems and needs. Students from business and non-business disciplines are welcome to take these courses as electives. With the increasing role of small business in society, the study of entrepreneurship has been a key component of most business schools.
Courses and Descriptions
Students with majors in the Gainey School of Business may take a variety of entrepreneurship courses, including classes in Small Business Management, Entrepreneurship and Planning for Success, Social Entrepreneurship.
View the courses and course descriptions in the entrepreneurship catalog taken from the undergraduate catalog.
These courses will augment students’ ability to enter the world of small business and social entrepreneurship whether you are a business major or a non-business major. Students, for instance, in social work, might want to start an agency or a ministerial candidate might be able to use the skills and knowledge to help manage a church. Business majors will be able to expand their career options, while considering roles within for-profit and well as not-for-profit entities.
To learn more about how Spring Arbor helps its graduates prepare for a career, visit our career development section.