The Cyvia and Melvyn Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship
Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA)
WCE Business majors sometimes bring to the program a personal business idea, but that is not a requirement for acceptance. Students create and perfect their idea and business plan throughout their experience in the program. In addition, students have access to a number of resources such as: mentors, roundtables, peers, business plan writing tools, program leadership, faculty and staff which offer a holistic approach to supporting each student’s post-graduation goals. Whether they include post-graduate studies, employment or starting a business, each student has the opportunity to transform their passion into their definition of success.
The BBA in Entrepreneurship is a lockstep program comprised of six custom-designed courses:
- Introduction to Entrepreneurship
- Entrepreneurial Perspectives & Business Plan
This plan covers four semesters; students begin with an introduction to Entrepreneurship (ENTR 3310) and apply for program admission during the fall semester. A total of 35-45 students are admitted each year via a rigorous application and selection process.
|ENTR 3310||Entrepreneurship Overview||University of Houston Student|
|ENTR 3312||Intrapreneurship (a.k.a. Corporate Entrepreneurship)||University of Houston Student|
|4320||Entrepreneurial Revenues||ENTR 3310|
|4330||Entrepreneurial Costs & Budgets||ENTR 3310|
|4340||Entrepreneurial Capital||ENTR 4320 and ENTR 4330|
|4350||Entrepreneurial Strategy & Perspectives||ENTR 4320 and ENTR 4330|
|4360||Entrepreneurship Business Plan & Implementation||ENTR 4340 and ENTR 4350|
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