Bachelor Degrees in Business Administration – Entrepreneurship Specialization
The drive and ambition of entrepreneurs has helped make America great. If you’re fascinated by innovators and originators in business, why not gain insight into the entrepreneurial spirit while developing foundational business administration skills? We offer a bachelor of business administration degree with a specialization in entrepreneurship. Students enrolled in this program have the opportunity to study topics specifically focused on the needs of start-up businesses (or businesses in need of a re-start), including capitalization and investment, labor law, and managing high performance.
For students with no prior college experience, bachelor degree programs in business administration typically take four years of full-time study to complete. This length of program allows students to study the foundations of business administration in depth, while pursuing specialized course content in entrepreneurship.
Graduates of this BBA degree program should have an understanding of the needs of new businesses, and should be equipped to compete for entry-level job opportunities within established businesses.
What Are The Benefits Of A BBA With A Specialization In Entrepreneurship?
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the most popular college major for bachelor degree students is business administration. In 2007-2008, for example, 335,000 bachelor degrees in business were awarded—more than double the number of the next most popular group of majors, social sciences and history.
Clearly, students perceive a benefit from earning their BBA. These benefits could include:
- A versatile qualification: BBA program graduates learn foundational business knowledge, and those in the specialized entrepreneurship program can gain additional skills in leadership, team management, and more
- Many employers want the skills business degree programs teach, including marketing, accounting, and financial skills
- A BBA degree that specializes in entrepreneurship can help prepare you to start your own business venture
- Earning a bachelor’s degree in business can prepare you to complete a master’s degree in business later on