Entrepreneurship Degree Info - Bachelor Degree Review

Published Dec 20, 2006

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Entrepreneurs need to be able to assess the market and determine where the best earning potentials lie. Graduates with Bachelor's Degrees in Entrepreneurship are able to start their own businesses or to work for other organizations as developers or managers.

What is a Bachelor's Degree in Entrepreneurship?

A Bachelor's Degree in Entrepreneurship combines the basics of business and management to give the graduate the skills needed to pursue a career as an entrepreneur or small business manager. The student will gain an understanding of accounting, economics, finance, management and marketing, as well as learn to be able to assess opportunities in the marketplace to best exploit them.

Courses Taken by Bachelor of Entrepreneurship Students Typically Include:

  • Small Business Marketing
  • Introduction to Finance
  • Managerial Accounting
  • International Business
  • Operations Management
  • Ethics & Diversity

For What Careers is a Bachelor of Entrepreneurship Qualified?

Graduates of a Bachelor's of Entrepreneurship program either go into business for themselves or use their entrepreneurship skills in the private sector, analyzing business opportunities for a larger organization.

Those who hold a Bachelor of Entrepreneurship degree are qualified for the following occupations:

  • Entrepreneur
  • Small Business Manager
  • Specialist in Product Development

Earnings Potential

The income of entrepreneurs varies widely, as it is contingent upon the success of the entrepreneurs' ideas and the way they are implemented. The most successful entrepreneurs become top executives if their business plans succeed.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (www.bls.gov), the median annual income for all business managers in 2004 was around $41,000.

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