Engineering and innovation in Namibia
Thanks to Beyond Silicon Valley MOOC, a team of CWRU undergrads install five solar panels in Namibia
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland and Northeast Ohio are thriving areas for students interested in entrepreneurship. Students can deepen their entrepreneurial knowledge through multiple academic programs and a wide variety of campus and community resources.
- Scott Shane, the author of over 60 scholarly articles and author or editor of 10 books on entrepreneurship and innovation management whose work has been recognized among the best books for business
- John Paul Stephens, whose research focuses on the roles of perception, knowledge and relationships in the adaptive coordination of action groups such as musical ensembles
- Timothy Fogarty, among the most prolific authors of scholarly research in accounting worldwide, with over 200 publications in peer-reviewed journals
- Michael Goldberg, whose massive open online course (MOOC) called Beyond Silicon Valley: Growing Entrepreneurship in Transitioning Economies, has attracted over 53,000 students from 190 countries and has been translated into 13 languages.
- Jenny Hawkins, whose research focuses on antitrust law and economics
Looking for a strong entrepreneurship background that will build the skills necessary to successfully plan and launch a new business initiative? Students can gain entrepreneurial knowledge through our Business Management major or Entrepreneurial Studies minor.
Business Management Major with Innovation and Entrepreneurship Concentration
The Weatherhead undergraduate business management major grounds students in the functional areas of business for career preparation across a broad spectrum of industries. All students build a strong foundation in business management by taking required courses in economics, accounting, statistics, communication, leadership, marketing, and operations research and supply chain management.
As a business management major, you will strengthen this foundation by selecting an area of concentration. By pursing an Innovation and Entrepreneurship concentration, you will select courses that will heighten your entrepreneurial understanding. The flexibility of this major allows students to pursue a second concentration or add additional courses to support their career interests.
See comprehensive information about Weatherhead’s BS in Management in the General Bulletin.
Entrepreneurial Studies Minor
At just 15 credit hours, you can easily add an entrepreneurial studies minor to your current undergraduate plan. Learn more about the minor in the General Bulletin.
For more information about our academic programs, contact Jim Hurley, Assistant Dean of Undergraduate and Integrated Study Programs, at 216.368.3856.
Ready to apply? Learn about our admission requirements.
Campus and community resources are available to CWRU students who are interested in developing their skills and interests: