Are you thinking about majoring in entrepreneurship? Here’s what you can expect from the major and from your career.
The entrepreneurship program at Western Michigan University focuses on the creation of economic and social value by developing core capabilities of idea generation, opportunity recognition, resource acquisition and entrepreneurial management. Entrepreneurship students learn to shape entrepreneurial opportunities and assess financial feasibility. As an entrepreneurship student, you have the opportunity to form teams, construct business models, interact with partners and customers, assess feasibility and, in some cases, launch a new venture or initiative.
- Small Business Management (MGMT 3140)
- Family Business Management (MGMT 4340)
- Entrepreneurship Practicum (MGMT 4380)
The entrepreneurship program provides students the opportunity to gain skills and competencies that are vital for the success of any business or organization including startups, small businesses, family businesses, franchises, corporations and nonprofit and global organizations.
If you are considering an entrepreneurship major, check out other opportunities from WMU:
- Starting Gate, a student business accelerator
- Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
- PITCH, a WMU pitch competition
- Entrepreneur Club
For information about applying to this major, contact John Mueller, assistant professor of management.