The Entrepreneurship emphasis balances theoretical instruction with practical, hands-on experiences. This program will prepare the Warner Pacific student to become a successful entrepreneur, producing both economic and social benefit.
Upon successful completion of the program, graduates will be able to demonstrate:
- Effective leadership and team oriented capabilities.
- Proficiency in the basic concepts, theories, models and vocabulary associated with Entrepreneurship.
- Proficiency in their discipline by integrating concepts and methods used in business to create small and large scale positive social change.
- The ability to integrate and apply their learning in complex projects and assignments that may include: research, collaborative projects, and/or field assignments.
Prerequisites: 6 credits
BUS 223 Introduction to Microsoft Office 3
MA 111 College Algebra (or higher level math) 3
Major Requirements: 48 credits: 25 credits in residence, 31 credits total upper division.
BUS 120 Introduction to Business and Personal Finance 3
BUS 195 Internship Preparation 2
BUS 211 Financial Accounting 3
BUS/SS 290 Ethics, Social Issues, and Responsibility 3
BUS/PS 303 Business and Employment Law 3
BUS 310 Management Theory and Practice 3
BUS 394 Research Methods and Applied Statistics 3
BUS 445 Global Business 3
BUS 450 Strategic Management 3
BUS 495 Internship 1-6
CM 311 Ministry Field Ed.: Community Development & Organizing 3
OR TH/SOC 470 Christian Social Concerns
CM/COMM 312 Ministry Field Ed.: Design Thinking & Entrepreneurship 3
EC 203 Economics 3
MKTG 242 Marketing 3
SE 311 Entrepreneurial Leadership in an Urban Context 3
SOC 345 Social Problems and Public Policy 3
Elective: Select at least 3 credits from the following
BUS 353 Operations Management (3)
MKTG 342 Marketing Management (3)
SE 301 Entrepreneurial Enterprise (3)
SE 352 Entrepreneurial Project Management (3)