Business Emphasis in

Entrepreneurship

Take the Big Leap

Entrepreneurship is a rapidly growing area of interest for students all over the world. In the US, approximately 8.75 million people are self-employed; in Wisconsin alone, there are over 400,000 small businesses that employ 1.2 million people.

UW-Green Bay's Business Administration major with an emphasis Entrepreneurship is designed to help get-ready the entrepreneurs for the future -- whether they seek to start-up a new and innovative business, help run their family business, add to the growing trend of small businesses or be intrapreneurs in corporate firms.

Learn the Ropes

  • How to create new businesses and capture new markets
  • How to operate businesses virtually in today’s digital era and use social media marketing to their benefit
  • About idea generation, creativity and innovation
  • About pitching new products, ideas and business models
  • About managing their business’ finances, their people and their futures
  • To be critical thinkers and problem solvers
  • To prepare business plans and launch new ventures.
Our courses will help connect entrepreneurs to local businesses, entrepreneurship and industry leaders through guest speakers and projects.
 

Take the Next Step

 

Emphasis in Entrepreneurship

Internships

At UW, Green Bay, 77% of accounting majors and 58% of business administration majors participated in an internship prior to graduation.

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Networking

A strong professional network is critical to career success and UW-Green Bay will connect you to business professionals to get your network started!

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Scholarships

Thanks to our generous donors, UW-Green Bay and the School of Business award scholarships to students to help cover the cost of pursuing a higher education.

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Program Variety

Many students will pursue more than one undergraduate program in business adding just a few extra courses! We offer master level programs, too.

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Become a Phoenix

UW-Green Bay has excellent teachers, internships, research opportunities, and a great record of placing students into jobs and graduate programs. Learn More

How Do I Get Started?
 

Technical College Transfer

We accept courses from all Technical Colleges in Wisconsin and have created agreements with specific Associate Degree programs at Gateway Technical College, FVTC, NTC, and NWTC.

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Branch Campuses

Follow a seamless track to earning a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration if you started your coursework at the Manitowoc, Marinette, or Sheboygan locations.

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Study Abroad

Whether it is a semester-long opportunity to study at a University in France in Bordeaux or Paris, a Summer opportunity in Spain, or a three-week opportunity in Mexico, we have places for you to go!

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Get Involved!

We provide a number of student organizations in the Cofrin School of Business. Get involved, meet your peers, step into a leadership role, make friends  and be engaged!

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Learn More About Our Faculty

Hear From Ryan Kauth:

"Entrepreneurial students who have great ideas need to share them. Keeping your idea to yourself benefits no one. Sharing your idea involves stepping forward as a leader and communicating your idea so many can understand it. Networking is very important in helping you do this. Your network develops in the classroom with your project team then grows with student organization participation, activities outside the classroom such as internships and volunteering, and with getting to know local community leaders in young professionals networks and industry associations."

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Entrepreneurship Happenings

UW-Green Bay students partner with Sartori (cheese) to solve real-world problems

Seven UW-Green Bay students recently spent a Saturday solving real corporate innovation challenges at Jake’s Café in Sheboygan for Sartori, a family owned company in Plymouth “dedicated to making the world’s finest artisan cheese made from premium milk supplied by local Wisconsin farmers.” While several students applied to the program, these students were invited to participate. The students were placed on competitive problem solving teams with college students from other Eastern Wisconsin universities. Continue story »

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