This course serves as the capstone experience in the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management degree program. This course requires students to undergo a practicum in business consulting or in creating their own business. The practicum will require student interns to work directly with successful entrepreneurs in high-growth, innovative companies or to engage in faculty-mentor supervised activities associated with starting their own business. ONLY students of senior status in good standing enrolled in the BBA in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management degree program are eligible for the practicum. The students must complete at least 480 hours of activities for at least 12 weeks with their host company. Students choosing to create their own businesses must devote a commensurate number of hours toward creation, start-up, and/or management of their own company.
Prerequisite: ENTR 417 (grade of C or better) and ENTR 474 or permission of instructor.
15 credits (15 laboratory hours) spring semester