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Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship

The Rohrer Entrepreneurship Program mission is to educate Rowan University students to understand global economic, social, political, and environmental events, problems and opportunities as they impact emerging enterprises, non-profit entities and corporate extensions.

AACSB Accredited, our students are encouraged to understand entrepreneurship from global, national, local, and individual firm level perspectives and to learn the dynamics through which innovative individuals and teams recognize opportunity and decide to take action to create, finance, grow, staff, lead, motivate, and sustain their new ventures to create wealth and to enrich the world.


Potential Careers

  • Finance ManagerEarn upwards of $134,180
  • Financial AnalystEarn upwards of $83,660

Wage data from BLS.gov and O*NET OnLine

Courses and Program Guide

All Rowan Partnership Online programs have been designed to be delivered in an convenient online format. These courses are designed to help you get the information you need at a pace you'll love.


Course Name RCSJ Course Number Credits RU Course Number Rowan Core
First Year
Fall Block 1
English Composition I ENG 101 3 COMP 01111 COML
Introduction to Computers CIS 102 4 CS 01110 ____
Fall Block 2
English Composition II ENG 102 3 COMP 01112 COML
Fundamentals of Programming CIS 110 4 CS 01104 ____
Spring Block 1
Accounting I BUS 102 4 ACC 03210 ____
Principles of Marketing BUS 221 3 MKT 09200 ____
Spring Block 2
Accounting II BUS 103 4 ACC 03211 ____
Applied Calculus
Min of C- Required
MAT 152 4 MATH 03125 QNTL
Summer Block 1
General Psychology PSY 101 3 PSY 01107 HUML
Summer Block 2
Statistics
Min of C- Required
MAT 103 3 STAT 02260 QUAL
Second Year
Fall Block 1
Management Information Systems CIS 207 3 MIS 02234 ____
Business Law I BUS 107 3 ____ _____ ____
Fall Block 2
Principles of Economics I ECO 101 3 ECON 04101 HUML
Art (or Music) Appreciation I ART 101
MUS 101
3 ARHS 03130
MUSG 06109
ARTL
Spring Block 1
Business Law II BUS 108 3 MGT 98242 ____
Principles of Economics II ECO 102 3 ECON 04102 HUML
Spring Block 2
Oral Communication SPE 101 3 CMS 04205 COML
Lab Science Elective BIO 101/107 4 ____ _____ SCIL
Associate Degree Awarded
Third Year
Fall
Entrepreneurship & Innovation ___ ___ 3 ENT 06240 ____
Broad-Based Literature ___ ___ 3 ___ _____ LIT
Organizational Behavior ___ ___ 3 MGT 06300 ____
Principles of Finance ___ ___ 3 FIN 04300 ____
Career Planning & Development ___ ___ 2 BUS 01488 ____
Spring
Financing and Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurshipor Technology/Social Entrepreneurship ___ ___ 3 ENT 06342, ENT 06450, ENT 06346 ____
Operations Management ___ ___ 3 MGT 06305 ____
Managing International Business or International Marketing ___ ___ 3 MGT 06330, MKT 09379 GLBL
Entrepreneurship Elective I ___ ___ 3 Ent. Elec. ____
Business Elective I ___ ___ 3 Bus. Elec. ____
Fourth Year
Fall
Global Entrepreneurship Growth Stategies ___ ___ 3 ENT 06344 ____
Business Elective II ___ ___ 3 Bus. Elec. ____
New Venture Development ___ ___ 3 ENT 06426 ____
Entrepreneurship Elective II ___ ___ 3 Ent. Elec. ____
Free Elective ___ ___ 3 Free Elec. ____
Spring
Entrepreneurship Capstone ___ ___ 3 ENT 06415 ____
Business Elective III ___ ___ 3 Bus. Elec. ____
Business Policy ___ ___ 3 MGT 06402 ____
Writing Intensive Course ___ ___ 3 ____ _____ WI
Free Elective ___ ___ 4 Free Elec. ____
View Requirements for Transfer

  • Earned AS Business Administration Degree
  • Minimum of 2.5 GPA
  • Completion of MAT 152: Applied Calculus with a grade of C- or better
  • Completion of MAT 103: Statistics with a grade of C- or better

In the event that students have associate’s degrees in other areas, the following are minimum transfer requirements and recommendations specifically for the RPO program:

Business
Required
ENG 101
ENG 102
CIS 102
MAT 152 or MAT 108
Min of C- Required
MAT 103
Min of C- Required
ECO 101
ECO 102
CIS 207
BUS 102
BUS 103
BUS 107
BUS 108
BUS 221
Recommended
SPE 101
ART 101 or MUS 101
SCI Literacy
LIT Rec: ENG 103 or PHI 104