B.S. in Business Administration, Entrepreneurship Specialization
UBalt was founded in 1925 by Baltimore-area entrepreneurs who sought a new way to educate the area's working population. Their tenacity for solving problems sticks with us today and can be seen in the actions (and businesses) of our students and faculty.
entrepreneurship AT UBalt
We see entrepreneurship as an essential skill that can be useful regardless of whether you open a business or not. By pursuing an undergraduate business administration degree and specializing in entrepreneurship you can become more competitive and productive in today’s complex business environment.
Check out one of the "go-to" entrepreneurship student resources: the University of Baltimore Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
What Our ALUMNI Say
"UBalt offered a one-of-a-kind program in entrepreneurship that I couldn't find anywhere else. ... Your professors will make sure your knowledge learned is directly applied to real-life situations." Ashleigh Christopher, B.S. '16
Careers in entrepreneurship
When you choose to specialize in entrepreneurship, your career path is wide open. Check out some career pathways for entrepreneurs.
Many business students benefit from the Helen P. Denit Business Honors Program's enriched curriculum, enhanced interactions with faculty and alumni, employer site visits and exceptional internships.
Accelerated Bachelor's to Master's
UBalt offers accelerated bachelor's to master's options that let you take up to 9 graduate credits that "double count" toward both degrees—saving you time and money! Get a head start on your degree while saving up to $9,000.
Did You Know?
UBalt's is one of the most innovative undergraduate entrepreneurship programs in North America, right here in Baltimore.
The Ratciffe Entrepreneurship Fellows Program offers a new way to educate the next generation of entrepreneurs. The program balances classroom theory with periods of practical, hands-on experience prior to graduation. Through the Fellows Program, students are able to engage in an alternative academic study—gaining practical experience by working side-by-side with expert entrepreneurs and faculty.
To learn more about the program and the special admission requirements, visit the program's web page.
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