Entrepreneurs aren't just born — they're made. UND's Middleton School of Entrepreneurship & Management will teach you how.
Learn the fundamentals of entrepreneurship, including venture initiation, marketing, finance and management, while getting the kind of hands-on experience you'll draw on for years to come. Develop your own business plan, practice investing with real money and even get financial support from UND's Center for Innovation Foundation as you learn from professionals with decades of experience.
- Program type:
- On Campus
- Est. time to complete:
- 4 years
- Credit hours:
Why earn a degree in entrepreneurship at UND?
UND's Entrepreneurship Degree
Work with real businesses, solving real problems, at a for-credit internship.
Choose from a wide range of electives as you tailor your education to match your goals.
Gain investment experience using real money at the Dakota Venture Group, a student-managed venture fund.
This kind of training is unique: UND has one of just five Schools of Entrepreneurship & Management in the country.
Develop product and business ideas on campus at the Center for Innovation, Ina Mae Rude Entrepreneur Center and James Ray Idea Lab.
Earn scholarships! In 2020, the School of Entrepreneurship & Management awarded over $89,000 to students.
Careers with an Entrepreneurship Major
Entrepreneurship Required Courses
Ready to Lead
Pierson Painter keeps a close eye on his schedule. As a full-time college student and small business owner, Painter stays very busy hopping between jobs and classes. The entrepreneurship and marketing major has excelled, even winning a scholarship for his business plan.