Entrepreneurs are essential to our society because they build the economic engines that help our economy grow. They foster technological and social change, and their innovation and creativity forge our future. The Rothman Institute of Entrepreneurship, a nationally regarded entrepreneurship center, assists FDU students in achieving their entrepreneurial goals.
The undergraduate entrepreneurship program combines class work and outreach programs that provide students with the opportunity to learn and practice entrepreneurship in a real environment. It offers a thorough and practical understanding of the issues involved in both starting a business and fostering innovation in a corporate setting.
The curriculum focuses on how the entrepreneurial process is applied in a variety of organizational contexts within and across national borders, ranging from new start-ups and rapid growth small firms to large corporations and nonprofits. Various perspectives on opportunity recognition and creative problem-solving are provided in an effort to help students capitalize on their own entrepreneurial potential.
Classes are taught using a combination of lectures, case studies, team exercises, guest speakers and fieldwork. Students can draw from a variety of carefully selected courses to become business generalists, well-versed in organizing and managing resources.
This major and concentration is offered under the auspices of the Department of Marketing and Entrepreneurship, Silberman College of Business, at the College at Florham Campus, Madison, New Jersey and also at the Metropolitan Campus, Teaneck, New Jersey.
Please contact Dr. Ethné Swartz, Department Chair, at (973) 443-8296 or email email@example.com for additional course and program information.
Students majoring in Entrepreneurship develop the skills necessary to identify a marketable product or service and to carry out the tasks required to get it to customers. They will learn how to develop a business plan to organize their efforts and launch the venture. Entrepreneurship graduates typically start their own ventures, work with a small or family business, or pursue “intrapreneurial” careers with major corporations.
All students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science program must complete the University and Business Core Curriculum in addition to the major requirements.
NOTE: Students with specific questions about the major requirements should contact the advisor on their home campus.
For more information contact:
Silberman College of Business
Undergraduate Services Office
Director of Undergraduate Programs & Student Services
For information or questions regarding your program please contact the advisor on your campus:
"The courses were grounded in the real world and enabled me to develop skills that have proved indispensable in my work to date."
- Aristedes Estrada (BS 2002, Entrepreneurial Studies)
“Just before I graduated, my father suddenly passed away. Upon completion of my finals, I was thrown into running his businesses. Without the knowledge that I gained from the entrepreneurship program and faculty, I would have never been able to make the transition from college to running five businesses.”
- Jared Cohen (BS 2005, Entrepreneurial Studies)