Entrepreneurship is an important area of management study and practice. It is not only important in the context of creating a new venture or managing a small business. Today many organizations in all sectors and of all sizes are seeking individuals that can respond in ways best described as ‘entrepreneurial’.
The Bachelor of Business (Management and Entrepreneurship) provides students with an opportunity to develop valuable analytical and practical skills. The course offers studies of management theory and practice combined with entrepreneurial themes and trends in emerging countries, behaviours, processes and skills and how these relate to new venture creation, corporate enterprise, social entrepreneurship and the management of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Our Bachelor of Business (Management and Entrepreneurship) offers choice and flexibility, with the option to combine Management and Entrepreneurship with a second major from International Business, Hospitality Management, Marketing, and Tourism Management. You have an option to combine any two fields of interest from a diverse range of study areas, and you can change your choices at any time in your first year.
Entrance requirements are different from country to country but in general applicants must have satisfactorily completed 12 years of schooling or equivalent.
Successful completion of the James Cook University Foundation Program will also satisfy the entrance requirement.
English Language requirements for ALL students
Credit exemption may be granted for students with tertiary qualifications from recognized institutions on a case-by-case basis.
Become a business leader and innovator with this cutting edge study program. This degree will provide you with the strong foundation in running your own business or becoming an entrepreneur.
Depending on your subject selection, you can also qualify for membership or associate membership of a number of professional associations including:
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