Loyola University Chicago

Quinlan School of Business

BBA in Entrepreneurship

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Overview

New ventures are starting at a record rate and there’s no end in sight. The recent economic meltdown has forced many people to begin a business essentially to create a job for themselves. However, many of these businesses will not survive. Starting a business is more than opening a store or beginning a service. For a business to survive and grow today, business owners must understand how business works. Accounting, finance, marketing, economics, and management must all work together if the business is to sustain and grow.

About the program

The Loyola University Chicago entrepreneurship program provides students with the necessary real-world insights to compete in today‚Äôs business world. Either as new venture entrepreneurs or corporate professionals, students learn that innovation and problem solving are critical characteristics for success. Loyola also offers an entrepreneurship minor degree for both business and non-business majors. 

Entrepreneurship faculty members bring cutting-edge research and practice to the classroom. Students learn about the latest developments in entrepreneurship research, work with the most innovative start-ups of the entrepreneurial community in Chicago, and consult with social enterprises that do well by doing good. Quinlan entrepreneurship faculty members have published their research in well-known academic journals and led incubators, for-profit ventures, and social enterprises.

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