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"I found my home at Morrisville State College after transferring from FIT. I chose Morrisville's entrepreneurship and small business management program because it was very business-focused and hands-on."
Kathryn Hunt '12

School of Business and Hospitality

Dean: Alfred P. Muss
Phone: (315) 684-6923

Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management B.B.A.


The bachelor degree in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management will provide students who have an associate degree in almost any discipline with the opportunity to learn and apply business practices necessary to becoming an entrepreneur and create their own business. Students will gain technical and business expertise through classroom and hands-on field experiences with a strong emphasis on entrepreneurship and lifelong learning.

As a capstone project, students will undergo a practicum in business consulting or in creating their own business. The practicum will require student interns to work directly with successful entrepreneurs in high-growth, innovative companies or to engage in faculty-mentor supervised activities associated with starting their own business.

The Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management degree is an upper-division program, offering the second two of the four years of a bachelor degree.