The Entrepreneurial Studies Program at St. Mary’s in San Antonio is designed to prepare an individual seeking career fulfillment through the establishment of his or her own business rather than being a part of a corporate or institutional staff.
Students in the Entrepreneurial Studies Program gain the knowledge and skills necessary to launch their own venture, analyze the market and solve real-life problems in business. Students gain valuable organizational tools in order to focus on good project management, and to identify and capture new markets and start-up companies.
Individuals who are interested in starting a new business or purchasing an existing one should consider this major. Entrepreneurship skills include:
Students interested in these skills, whether they start their own business or are considering starting their own business, should consider this major.
Students can pursue a Bachelor of Business Administration in Entrepreneurial Studies. In addition to their major courses, students from the Greehey School of Business take courses from the St. Mary’s Core Curriculum and the Greehey School of Business School Specific Core. The B.B.A. in Entrepreneurial Studies requires a minimum of 27 credit hours within the major.
Students in the Entrepreneurial Studies program have obtained internships and job opportunities at: