Carlton Galbreath, Program Director
Entrepreneurship is more than a title. It’s a spirit, a drive, a creative path to success! Twenty-seven million working-age Americans, nearly 14%, an all-time high, are starting or running new businesses according to Global Entrepreneurship Monitor in 2015. This option integrates a foundation in business skills with constructing your business plan, generating financing, and beginning operations. There's also emphasis on accounting, sales strategy, advertising, and marketing and supervision, including computer technology and web development. Successful graduates will depart with a real-world internship experience, a comprehensive business plan, and presentation skills required to approach financiers and seek opportunities
The Associate of Applied Science degree is awarded upon successfully completing the program.
Students entering autumn semester may complete the program in four semesters as outlined below. Students entering spring should meet with advisor prior to selecting courses.
The University of Montana catalog details degree specific credits and course requirements. The Curriculum Sequence suggests a semester-by-semester plan for students to complete the program.
|Management, Entrepreneurship UM Catalog||Associate of Applied Science|
|Management, Entrepreneurship Curriculum Sequence|
Cyndi Stary - Administrative Associate
Carlton Galbreath - Program Director