More than a pursuit, it’s a mindset

Starting your own business takes more than nerve and ambition. It takes a rare mix of solid business preparation, drive, and creativity — all of which are wrapped into CUAA’s Bachelor's in Entrepreneurship degree. The principles you learn here will serve you in whatever path you take, from a Fortune 500 company to a family business or any other pursuit.

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  • Business Teacher
  • Economics Teacher
  • Entrepreneur
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Program Overview

Entrepreneurship is characterized by creativity and innovation, an ability to take risks, to experiment, to adapt, and to learn from failure. You must be able to challenge yourself, and to solve problems from multiple perspectives. Concordia’s Bachelor of Science in entrepreneurship will inspire you to positively engage with the world creating new avenues for opportunity, vocation, innovation, and social improvement.

What to Expect

Before you dive headfirst into your own upstart, it’s critical you develop and grow a network of individuals, organizations, and professionals. You’ll do that with a degree in entrepreneurship. You’ll also developand be expected to display​​knowledge and skills related to innovation, creativity, problem-solving, perseverance, and adaptability. You’ll ideate and identify emerging markets, trends, problems, and challenges, while learning how to articulate a vision for, and commitment to, ethical business practice in the education sector.

In addition, you can expect to demonstrate competence in leveraging technology in market research and identification. Same goes for adaptability and “pivot-ability” (you’ll learn the world of business is filled with words like “pivot-ability”).

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