Office of
the Registrar

Entrepreneurship

Department: Accounting, Business and Economics

Effective fall 2009: Any student with a business POE of any kind must take the following core courses. This requirement applies to all business POEs, including individualized ones. The core courses must appear in the POE. The courses are:

EB 131, Financial Accounting
EB 236, Managerial Accounting
EB 201, The Management Process
EB 202, Behavioral Analysis of Organizations
EB 211, Business Statistics or an approved substitute stats course
and one of the following:
EB 105, International Economic Issues
EB 222, Principles of Macroeconomics
EB 223, Principles of Microeconomics

Course Number Title Credits Prerequisites Dist. Skills
EB 101 Introduction to Business 3 S  
EB 102 Introduction to Entrepreneurship 3 EB 101    
EB 105 International Economic Issues 3   SI  
IT 110 Principles of Information Technology 3 S  
EB 131 Financial Accounting 3   S  
EB 236 Managerial Accounting 4 EB 131 S CW, QM
EB 201 The Management Process 3 sophomore standing S  
EB 202 Behavioral Analysis of Organizations 4 sophomore standing S CW
EB 210
or
MA 130
Quantitative Business Analysis

Calculus I
3

4
sophomore standing

none
S

N
QM

QM
EB 211 Business Statistics, or approved subsitute stats course 3   S QS
EB 222
or
EB 223
Principles of Macroeconomics

Principles of Microeconomics
3

3
sophomore standing

sophomore standing
S

S
 
EB 207 New Venture Creation 3 EB 102 S  
EB 307 New Venture Start-ups 3 EB 207 S  
EB 341 Product and Operations Management 3 EB 201 S  
EB 351 Marketing Management 3 EB 201 S  
EB 357 CyberMarketing 3   S CW
EB 361 Financial Management I 3 EB 131 S  
EB 371 Human Resource Management 3 EB 202 or PACS 202 S  
EB 407 Entrepreneurship 3 EB 307 S
EB 480 Senior Seminar in Business 3 Senior standing S  
Total credits = 62-63

The option of Junior Year or Semester Abroad is encouraged. Foreign exchange partner institutions are likely to offer equivalent courses for EB 105, 210, 211, 222, 223, 341, 351, 361, 371.

Internships are also available and should be based in an entrepreneurial organization.

Course Number Title Credits Prerequisites Dist. Skills
EB 001 Non-Credit Business Internship 0 sophomore standing & permission    
EB 490 Fieldwork in Business 2-9 Permission; corequisite EB 495 S  
EB 495 Fieldwork Research: Seminar 2-6 Permission; corequisite EB 490 S  
Suggested Schedule for Entrepreneurship POE - Normal Start
Year Fall Spring
First Year EB 101 Introduction to Business
EB 131 Financial Accounting
EB 102 Introduction to Entrepreneurship
EB 236 Managerial Accounting
IT 110 Principles of Info Technology
Second Year EB 201 The Management Process
EB 210 Quantitative Business Analysis or MA 130 Calculus I
EB 222 Macroeconomics or EB 223 Microeconomics
EB 207 New Venture Creation (or spring)
EB 207 New Venture Creation (or fall)
EB 202 Behavioral Analysis of Organizations
EB 211 Business Statistics
EB 222 Macroeconomics or EB 223 Microeconomics

Third Year EB upper level courses EB upper level courses
Fourth Year EB 407 Entrepreneurship
EB Upper level courses
EB 480 Senior Seminar
EB Upper level courses
Suggested Schedule for Entrepreneurship POE - Delayed Start
Year Fall Spring
Second Year EB 101 Introduction to Business
EB 131 Financial Accounting
EB 210 Quantitative Business Analysis
EB 102 Introduction to Entrepreneurship
EB 202 Behavioral Analysis of Organizations
EB 211 Business Statistics
EB 236 Managerial Accounting
Third Year

EB 201 The Management Process
EB 207 New Venture Creation
EB 222 Macroeconomics or EB 223 Microeconomics
EB Upper level courses

EB 307 New Venture Start-Up
EB 222 Macroeconomics or EB 223 Microeconomics
IT 110 Principles of Information Technology
EB Upper level courses
Fourth Year EB 407 Entrepreneurship
EB Upper level courses
EB Upper level courses
EB 480 Senior Seminar

updated 6.11

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