The entrepreneurial leadership program includes opportunities to obtain either a major, a minor or an associate’s degree. The study of entrepreneurial leadership will benefit you whether you are starting or taking over a small business; developing new
products and/or services within an existing organization; or starting or revitalizing a school, church, government agency or nonprofit service organization.
“Entrepreneur” is not a job title; it is a way of thinking. Entrepreneurship involves curiosity, creativity, innovation, problem-solving and a willingness to take risks. It is an art as much as a science, a process of identifying a need and transforming that need into a product or service opportunity, whether via business or a nonprofit organization. Students in the program will develop leadership skills, learn how to articulate their ideas effectively, and have opportunities to explore their ideas with regional and statewide resource persons.
Kelley Center for Entrepreneurship