BS in Entrepreneurship

Learn skills to start or grow a business — or to enhance creativity and innovation in any organization — with the online Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship, one of the largest cross-disciplinary programs in the United States.

  • Fully online, with no set class meeting times (internship required)
  • Develop concept models, feasibility studies, business plans, and implementation plans for businesses and innovative ventures across nine areas of study
  • Choose from more than 50 courses in 27 academic departments
  • Program is nationally and internationally recognized
  • AACSB accredited
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This degree offers a variety of career options, including business owner or manager, social entrepreneur, marketing consultant, and business analyst.

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Cost & Aid

Get details on our costs, which are competitive with those of other top universities. Our goal is to provide an online education that's both exceptional and affordable.

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AACSB® Accredited

UNCG's Bryan School of Business and Economics holds dual accreditation in business and accounting from AACSB – a distinction held by only 1% of business schools in the world.

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Please refer to the accreditation status posted on the Office of Assessment, Accreditation, and Academic Program Planning website.

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