Bradley’s entrepreneurship program prepares you to thrive in small and emerging business or to enhance opportunities in large organizations.
As a Bradley entrepreneurship major in the Foster College of Business, you learn how to research new products or services and how to develop a plan to launch your own business, product or service. Courses give you a foundation in business theory and show you how to apply that knowledge to unique situations in small or growing ventures. Like all business majors, you test your knowledge through a senior capstone project for a local client. Beyond the classroom, you can participate in business startup pitch contests, Bradley’s chapter of Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization and business leadership organization Enactus. The entrepreneurship program is recognized as one of the nation’s 25 best by Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine.
The entrepreneurship program successfully prepares you to enter the workforce. In recent years, nearly all Bradley students found employment within six months of graduation. They’re working for companies such as Greenlee Textron, Target and Yelp.
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