Careers for graduates of the Business Management with a Concentration in Entrepreneurial Studies degree vary greatly. Understanding the business aspect is just one part of running a business – the entrepreneur must also have a product or service that he or she believes in. While some students in this program already have work experience and wish to begin working for themselves, others choose this degree to learn how to get their skill or great invention into the public eye.
Regardless of your product or service, your business will only be what you make it. Without proper planning, preparation and management of your business, it’s possible to go from ‘the sky’s the limit’ to ‘the sky is falling’ in a very short time period. Those starting a business must be able to accept the high risk/high reward environment of entrepreneurship.
Even if you decide not to venture out on your own, the Entrepreneurial Studies degree will give you a solid foundation to begin a career in a variety of business areas. These include: