The Greehey School of Business develops graduates who are skilled, ethical, professional, globally aware and prepared for careers of meaning and purpose.
The Management – Entrepreneurship and Innovation program at St. Mary’s University is designed to cultivate entrepreneurial mindsets by developing students’ skills in entrepreneurial innovation, social entrepreneurship, crowdfunding and the start-up process. Students gain a firm foundation in broad management knowledge such as human resource management, leadership and negotiation, which are applicable to entrepreneur or intrapreneur roles.
The program prepares students to become innovative and self-driven entrepreneurs with the skills and knowledge needed for enterprise creation.
Students can pursue a Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Management – Entrepreneurship and Innovation. 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 Management – Entrepreneurship and Innovation requires 27 credit hours within the major.
Management – Entrepreneurship and Innovation majors have numerous career opportunities related to the entrepreneurial field such as: