Bachelor of Science in Business and Enterprise Management

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  • Course description

    Business and Enterprise Management is one of the rare business majors in the country that allows customization according to your interests. In addition to providing you with a strong foundation in business knowledge and skills, on-the-job internship experience, professional development and leadership training, you can choose to build on your talents by selecting one of the following concentrations--or designing your own:

        *International Business
        *New Business Development
        *Arts Markets
        *German Business Management
        *Nonprofit Management
        *Other elective options

    By combining Wake Forest's outstanding liberal arts core with your Business and Enterprise Management major, you will be prepared to chart a one-of-a-kind path as well as a dynamic life.

    Degree Requirements

    The Business and Enterprise Management major is designed to preserve a generalist business curriculum that develops in our students a holistic and integrated perspective of business while simultaneously giving them a unique and compelling story to tell about themselves, their aspirations, and their business education. Key curriculum components include a practicum experience consisting of a required internship combined with a reflective overview and personal portfolio component, a professional development workshop series, a Capstone Leadership Experience, a 3-course concentration (listed above), and a unique structure for the required organizational behavior and strategic management courses.

    The major must attain a grade point average of 2.0 on all courses attempted in the undergraduate business program, exclusive of courses repeated with a C grade or better. A minimum of 40 credits in the business and enterprise management major must be earned in the undergraduate business program.

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