The Commercial Entrepreneurship program is a highly competitive program aiming to cultivate an entrepreneurial mindset and provide students the opportunity to start and harvest a micro-business and product ideas. Students are empowered to take charge of their futures by developing innovative solutions to real business challenges through experiential learning, networking and focus on social responsibility.
The Jim Moran College of Entrepreneurship is the first stand-alone entrepreneurship school in the United States at a public university.
No. 1 Undergraduate School in the state of Florida for Entrepreneurship Programs in 2022 according to the Princeton Review & Entrepreneur magazine.
What can I expect from the Commercial Entrepreneurship Undergraduate Program?
Students will develop an understanding of the entrepreneurial process while fostering creativity and innovation. Additionally, students work on real case studies, interact with other entrepreneurs, and engage in teamwork to develop their entrepreneurial skills and build their networks. The program emphasizes the importance of ethics, social responsibility and sustainability that instills a sense of purpose and a desire to make a positive impact on society, economic growth and social change. Students will also study technology commercialization, financial analysis, legal issues, and sales management.
What types of careers could this program prepare me for?
In addition to the skills to start your own business, a degree in entrepreneurship can prepare you for the rigors of management in any industry. The skills and mindset developed in this program are highly valued by employers looking for entrepreneurial talent. Students are prepared for a wide range of career paths, including launching their own ventures, working for startups or established companies, or pursuing further education in entrepreneurship or related fields.
National & State Rankings for the Jim Moran College of Entrepreneurship
- No. 19 Undergraduate School for Entrepreneurship Program in the nation, and No. 11 among public universities, according to The Princeton Review, 2023.
- No. 1 Undergraduate School for Entrepreneurship Programs in the state of Florida, according to The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine, 2022.