If you are interested in entrepreneurship, this degree program will help you gain skills and knowledge to start a successful business. You will have the opportunity to explore and learn about all aspects of a business: finance, accounting, human resources, marketing and so on. Not only would you learn the theories in class, but you will be able to put it into practice through several co-curricular activities like- case studies, internships and business development/ reformation of existing companies. There are a variety of positions that would be available for you once you get your entrepreneurship degree. The key is to mold your experience and courses at the university in such way that you are on the career path that you would like to follow.
Entrepreneurship: It goes without saying that you would gain copious amounts of knowledge in understanding the different functions of a business. However, one of the most important aspects is to participate in leadership programs, entrepreneurship workshops and business proposal competitions. Such programs will help you build a network of mentors and peers that you can brainstorm with and maybe sometimes you might be able to find a potential partner for your business! In addition, you would be able to gauge where you stand among other budding entrepreneurs. You will also be able to learn the best practices and implement it in your business development project.
Business/Management Consultancy: While you are in the university, you have the option of taking part in business consulting programs where you would be scrutinizing existing businesses and advising them on different functions of the business. In such programs, you would be able to work under a professor and learn how to deliver a proposal for reorganization or development of a firm. Such experiences will help you achieve marketable skills in the world of management consultancy.
Non-profit Fundraiser: If you are interested in working in the non-profit sector, then, while you are majoring in entrepreneurship, think about taking some classes in philanthropy. In addition, get some experience in putting together strategies for fundraising for a student-run organization or a non-profit organization in the community. These experiences will be very beneficial to you as you look for positions as you look for positions in the non-profit sector. In fact, you could also be representing the corporate social responsibility (CSR) department in a for-profit company.
These are just the very few examples of how you can shape your university education into a career that you would like to pursue. Please understand that you can customize your entrepreneurship degree through courses, internships, clubs and competitions to consequently end up in the career field that you desire!