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Management and Entrepreneurship AND Choose additional courses that sum to 12 additional school of business credits, excluding BUA 1000, BUA 1100, BUA 2100, BUA 3000, and FIN 2010. The 12 credits may include STS 3410; CSC 1210; CSC 3212. At least 8 of the 12 credits must be at the 3000-level or above. 1. At least 50% of traditional business credit hours in this major must be completed at High Point University. Traditional business subjects include courses with the following prefixes: ACC, BUA, ECO, ENT, FIN, MGT, and MKT. 2. Students are encouraged also to consider internships, undergraduate research, or independent study in business, beyond the standard requirements. An internship does not count towards the major. Requirements for the Minor in Business Administration (20 credits) ACC 2010. Financial Accounting (4) ECO 2030. Principles of Macroeconomics (4) or ECO 2050. Principles of Microeconomics (4) FIN 3010. Financial Management (4) MGT 2220. Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior (4) MKT 2110. Principles of Marketing (4) The Business Administration minor is open to all students except those obtaining a major within the School of Business.

Entrepreneurship Major The entrepreneurship major is intended for students who are interested in starting or purchasing a business, or who are considering working in a family-owned business upon graduation. Student Learning Outcomes Upon completing the Entrepreneurship program at High Point University, students will: 1. effectively determine the feasibility of their business plans. 2. obtain the knowledge and required proficiency in the development and writing of a business plan. 3. learn how to identify a business opportunity. 4. conduct a feasibility analysis.

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Requirements for the B.S.B.A. in Entrepreneurship (73 credits) ACC 2010. Financial Accounting (4) ACC 2020. Managerial Accounting (4) BUA 2000. Business Career Boot Camp (1) BUA 2990. Business Communications and Professional Development (4) ECO 2030. Principles of Macroeconomics (4) ECO 2050. Principles of Microeconomics (4) FIN 3010. Financial Management (4) MGT 2220. Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior (4) MGT 3280. Operations and Supply Chain Management (4) MGT 4990. Strategic Management (4) MKT 2110. Principles of Marketing (4) MTH 1310. Applied Mathematical Concepts for Business (4) or MTH 1410. Calculus I (4) STS 2610. Business Statistics and Analysis (4) or STS 2910. Introduction to Statistical Analysis with SAS Applications (4) Choose one course from the following: BUA/GBS 3100. Global Business (4)* ECO/GBS 3460. International Economics (4) ECO/GBS 4430. Comparative Economics (4) MKT 3750. International Marketing (4) MKT/GBS 3850. Marketing in Spain (4)* *Part of the study abroad program.

AND ENT 2900. Ideation and Creativity (4) ENT 3023. Business Modeling and Feasibility (4) ENT 3400. Venture Funding (4) ENT 4990. Strategic Entrepreneurship Management (4) AND at least 8 credits from the following: ENT 2810. Dilemmas and Debates in Entrepreneurship (2) ENT 3010. Business Plan Laboratory (2) ENT 3050. Business Law for Entrepreneurs (4) ENT 3510. Corporate Entrepreneurship (4) ENT 4220. Social Entrepreneurship (4) ENT 4263. Entrepreneurial Marketing (4) ENT 4444. Independent Study (2 to 6) MGT 3300. Innovation Management (4) 1. At least 50% of traditional business credit hours in this major must be completed at High Point University. Traditional business subjects include courses with the following prefixes: ACC, BUA, ECO, ENT, FIN, MGT, and MKT.

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HPU Undergraduate Bulletin 2019-2020  

HPU Undergraduate Bulletin 2019-2020