Management students studying in the library

Our undergraduate Management programs prepare you to work collaboratively and be effective leaders.

Classes like our Management Senior Capstone Project Course are designed to help you test your business knowledge. You’ll spend a semester working through business challenges for an actual client. After weeks of intensive research, group meetings, and client interviews, you will pitch your business recommendations to senior-level executives. Find out what students thought about the experience.

Our undergraduate Entrepreneurship programs foster innovative thinking and prepare you to launch successful ventures. The four pillars of the program include curriculum and research, community outreach, new venture creation, and development. The Center for Entrepreneurship complements our academic programs with helpful resources and opportunities.

You can also connect with people who share your interests by joining the Management and Entrepreneurship Living Learning Community.

If you’re a budding entrepreneur with big ideas, we offer a special launch track, where you can start your own business as part of your coursework. To follow this track, you’ll take the Launching a New Venture course instead of E-Project Opportunity. We’ll connect you with a faculty advisor, alumni advisor, and a senior student consulting team to help you get your business up and running. Learn more about the track from some of our graduates.