Entrepreneurial skills are crucial in business today, whether you are commercializing innovations at an established company, opening a small business, or using entrepreneurial thinking to solve difficult problems in any organization worldwide.
The entrepreneurship concentration will provide the capabilities you need to launch a startup, work in an entrepreneurial company and become an innovative thinker.
For full curricular plan and course descriptions, refer to the undergraduate catalog.
A student’s degree requirements are determined by the year they begin as a matriculated student at UB. There are sometimes slight curricular adjustments from year to year. Therefore, students should always refer to their academic advisement report for their specific degree requirements in consultation with their academic advisor.
Academic performance in first- and second-year courses is the main criterion for admission to the upper division in the School of Management. In the first two years, you will complete the university writing requirements, general education courses and seven prerequisite courses for the major.
If you're not ready for calculus, you should take precalculus before attempting MTH 131.
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