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Entrepreneurship, B.B.A.

Through a series of courses that emphasize hands-on and immersive learning, the Bachelor of Business Administration in entrepreneurship will develop the knowledge and skills that will serve as a springboard for students who have a desire to start, run, or grow their entrepreneurial project.


4%
National Job Growth by 2025
Can Be Combined with a Masters Degree to Save Time and Money
Access to Numerous Business Plan and Pitch Competitions to Help Fund Your Business

Source: EMSI, 2020

Program Overview

The entrepreneurship major provides students with contemporary business skills. Students learn to identify opportunities, explore targeted customers' problems, build business strategies, test and validate a variety of assumptions, why failing fast and early is critical to success, locate and negotiate funding, execute their plan(s), and launch their new venture, product, or project.

Students who pursue entrepreneurship are required to complete a second business major in a functional discipline. These include accounting, economics, finance, general management, human resource management, marketing, operations management, and supply chain management.

There is secondary admission to this program.

Why Study Entrepreneurship at Grand Valley?


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