Effective Leaders are the key to economic growth
Successful entrepreneurs are effective leaders and effective leaders are knowledgeable in the art and science of creation, innovation, venturing, service, visioning and risk taking—all of which are skills and abilities important to small business creation and small business is really BIG business. It certainly powers the American and global economy. For example, the U.S. Small Business Administration reports privately-owned companies are responsible for 58 percent of all private-sector jobs, 43 percent of domestic sales and 51 percent of our private gross domestic product. It is the spirit of the entrepreneur that is the engine of the American economy.
The Ketner School of Business Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree with an entrepreneurship major is ideal for those students wanting to acquire both sound business knowledge and understand the art and science of self-employment. To work for yourself, to be your own boss, to run your own business—that’s entrepreneurship!
So, earn a Trine business degree. Learn about innovating. Learn about visioning. Learn about venture creation. Learn about effective leadership. Understand risk-taking. Experience the art and science of entrepreneurship. The adventure starts when you enroll—harness the power of entrepreneurship.
The Entrepreneurship program at Trine University is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. www.acbsp.org