Want to be your own boss and start a business? Or perhaps you have an idea for a product or service that you’d love to bring to market, or maybe you just want to learn to think more like an innovator, even from inside a big company. Our curriculum will help you learn how to look at problem solving as an opportunity for creativity and teach you what it takes to assemble the support you’ll need to launch an enterprise or a nimble product line.
The Feliciano School of Business embraces small class sizes that foster connections and collaboration with peers, faculty, employers and corporate partners. Experiential learning — internships and co-ops, “live” case studies and team consulting projects — complements classroom instruction and offers real-world evidence of your skills.
Our entrepreneurship concentration is cross-disciplinary, focusing on the challenges of establishing and managing new and growing ventures. If you want to start a business, or you dream of working at a big company and want to stand out as an entrepreneurial employee, this concentration might be for you. You’ll learn and practice the latest methods used by innovative start-ups and corporations to create successful products and services.
Resources at the Feliciano School of Business — including networking opportunities and programs — helped me develop on both a professional and personal level. Career programs equipped me with the skills needed to successfully and confidently navigate a job search and the hiring process.
Jack Rizzo ‘21
Territory Manager – Techtronic Industries TTI
Although many entrepreneurs use their acquired skills to create and run a company, others pursue related jobs in general business or nonprofit management, or in finance, marketing or technology management. Careers in entrepreneurship can be found in all industries — every business needs professionals who can think innovatively to foster success and inspire creativity and teamwork in others.
“The Feliciano School of Business helped me decide my career path. Its marketing and management concentrations that provided me with the knowledge to identify my strengths and learn how to utilize them in the real world. Small classroom sizes and amazing professors helped me network and learn from my peers and their experiences. Thanks to the school, I am confident I made the right career path decision.”
Eva Shapiro ’18 Senior Human Resources Generalist, ZeniMax Media
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