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In the Entrepreneurship Concentration within our Business Administration program, you’ll gain a solid background in business management and augment it with a focused understanding of the keys to innovation, creativity, and improvement. You’ll learn the fundamentals of marketing, economics, and finances, and graduate ready to lead organizations and drive growth and evolution.

Our exciting curriculum is designed to help you understand how to harness unique opportunities, ignite change, and build a successful business. You will learn about transforming ideas into enterprises that add value to the customers and the owner. You will develop the skills you need to create and develop business plans, raise capital, and manage a small business and its employees.

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Joyce Twing

Professor & Program Coordinator


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Why Study Entrepreneurship at Vermont State

  • Comprehensive Studies: You’ll become an expert in entrepreneurship but will also study business fundamentals, including marketing, leadership and communication, and financial analysis. 
  • Hands-on Experience: You’ll have numerous opportunities to put what you learn into practice, including a variety of internships. 
  • Flexibility: You’ll have the option to take classes in other concentrations and become a well-rounded and knowledgeable business leader. 
  • Experience: You’ll be ready to begin your career or go on to graduate school, including in the Master of Business Administration program at Vermont State. 

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Sample Courses

  • Innovation, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship
  • Foundations of Entrepreneurship
  • Social Media Marketing
  • Business Planning Seminar 

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Student Stories

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“Entrepreneurship is a great major because you learn the fundamental aspects of owning your own business and being the person giving orders instead of taking them. The program also teaches the importance of finance and how to make smart [financial] decisions.” 

Rashane Russell

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Professor & Program Coordinator

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