Center for Entrepreneurial Studies in the Carson College of Business enables students to learn the hands-on skills and teamwork necessary to go from creating a prototype to developing a business plan to ultimately launching a commercially viable product and business. Students learn by doing–building analytical and leadership skills so that they’re ready for success in existing companies and new ventures alike.
Programs for undergraduates
- Business Plan Competition
Vying for more than $50,000 in prize money, multidisciplinary student teams present their entrepreneurial ideas to real investors.
- Global Entrepreneurship Week
The Carson College participates in this worldwide celebration with an event that inspires innovation and job creation.
- Alpha Kappa Psi
A nationwide business fraternity that helps members develop professional and leadership skills
- Delta Sigma Pi
A worldwide business fraternity that engages its members in professional development activities and community service, while providing many networking opportunities
- Frank Fellows Program
This year-long experiential program helps students understand how to launch and grow a technology company. Previous scholars have emerged from the program with the basic knowledge needed to start their own high-tech ventures.
- Boeing Scholars
A scholarship program that forms multidisciplinary teams of students to develop solutions to problems posed by The Boeing Company.
- Boeing e-Connections Program
A scholarship program that immerses freshmen and sophomores in entrepreneurship-related activities
- Additional Entrepreneurship Scholarships
If you are interested in an internship please contact Marie Mayes.
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