Zicklin Undergraduate Programs

Entrepreneurship BBA

Entrepreneurship refers to the ability to see and the willingness to pursue opportunity where others see chaos, contradiction, and confusion. In today’s uncertain world, success is defined not just by what we know, but also by how well we can respond to new challenges as they arise by creating and implementing novel solutions to them. Whether in the context of a new venture, a large established company, a non-profit organization, or a government agency, whether in the field of technology, finance, health, education, or the arts, entrepreneurial thinking can be applied to conceive of and deliver new value in new ways to users, beneficiaries, customers, and society-at-large. Such an approach to thinking about opportunity requires a broad skill set, including creativity, empathy, insight, resourcefulness, and design, as well as the courage to act upon one’s ideas. By developing and leveraging an “entrepreneurial mindset,” students will be better equipped to navigate and respond creatively to the challenges they will face in their personal and professional lives.

Entrepreneurship (declared major/entered Baruch/re-entered Baruch in Summer 2023 or later, whichever occurred last)
Entrepreneurship (Pre-Summer 2023 major requirements)

For planning purposes, please refer to the Entrepreneurship Degree Map for a suggested semester-by-semester course schedule and the Checklist and Transition Schedule to determine the remaining courses needed to satisfy the degree. Please reach out to the Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovation’s Academic Advisor (contact information on the department homepage) with any questions.

For more information on entrepreneurship internships, events, and other curricular and co-curricular programs, please contact the Lawrence N. Field Center for Entrepreneurship