Curriculum

The Entrepreneurship co-concentration provides students with the background and tools to launch and manage high-growth ventures. We help students learn to navigate the uncertain, ambiguous contexts that often characterize new initiatives in established firms as well as start-ups.

 

Contact

Visit the Shea Center in 245 Beacon Street, room 210

shea.center@bc.edu

Entrepreneurship co-concentration

The Entrepreneurship Co-Concentration prepares students for careers in Startup companies, social enterprises, venture capital, private equity, and management consulting  It's designed to be a second concentration for Carroll School of Management students and one class from the co-concentration course list can be counted towards another concentration. 

Curriculum

5 courses

1

Required Course


 

Course # Course Name  
MGMT2170 Entrepreneurial Management

1

Course from this list

TechTrek is a 1 credit course

Course # Course Name
ISYS3205 TechTrek West
ISYS3206 TechTrek East

1

Course from this list

 

Course # Course Name  
ISYS3315 Managing Digital Innovation
MFIN2210 Entrepreneurial Finance
MGMT2139 Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship
MFIN6602 Venture Capital

2

Additional Courses from this list (or the list above)

 

Course # Course Name  
BSLW6604 Law for the Entrepreneur
ISYS3178/MKTG3178 Design Thinking
ISYS3205 TechTrek West
ISYS3206 TechTrek East
ISYS6621/MKTG6621 Social Media, Emerging Tech., and Digital Business
MGMT2143 Idea Work: Making Things That Matter
MGMT2123 Negotiation
MGMT2139 Social Impact and Entrepreneurship
MKTG3156 Digital Marketing
MKTG3158 Product Planning & Strategy
MKTG3170 Entrepreneurial Marketing in a Digital World
UGMG1010 Perspectives on Management
UNAS1025 Innovation Through Design Thinking