Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management B.B.A.

Student doing business

Be the boss.

Today’s business leaders are entrepreneurs who put their skills and talents to work in companies they create and operate. If you have always dreamed of being your own boss, the time is right and the program is ready for you.

The SUNY Morrisville Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) in entrepreneurship & small business management sets you on a course to graduate with a degree, a laptop and the knowledge to create a business.

Program courses embrace economics, finance, business organization, business law and ethics, communications, marketing, technology and much more. A practicum in business consulting or entrepreneurship leading into a 15-credit-hour internship during your final semester also provides you hands-on experience in an active position with a thriving business.

This is an upper-division program that accepts transfer from associate degree programs, including those on the Morrisville campus in accounting, business administration and others related to technology in disciplines from agriculture to engineering technology.

You will want to join fellow students across campus in the Morrisville Chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL), where you can attend local and national conferences and compete against other accounting and business students in virtual and on-site competitions.

As a graduate, you’ll be prepared to apply what you have learned as you start your own business.

Program Faculty/Staff

Associate Professor