Admissions Requirements – Undergraduate Entrepreneurship

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Admissions Requirements – Undergraduate Entrepreneurship2021-08-27T16:43:10-06:00

Entrepreneurship Undergraduate Admission

The Entrepreneurship major prepares students to create their own business opportunities and ventures. Students discover, create, and pursue opportunities through the creation of new products and services. Develop the diverse range of foundational skills necessary to become an effective entrepreneur.

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Admissions Criteria

Admission (BCOR)* Automatic Admission (Legacy) Committee Review**
  • Admitted to the Eccles School (Upper Division)
  • Completion of Business Fundamentals
  • B or higher in BCOR 2040
  • 3.2 or higher total GPA
  • Admitted to the Eccles School (Upper Division)
  • B- or higher in FINAN 3040 or FINAN 3041
  • B- or higher in MKTG 3010 or MKTG 3011
  • 3.2 or higher total GPA
  • Admitted to the Eccles School (Upper Division)
  • Not eligible for Conditional Admission or Automatic Admission
  • 2.7-3.2 or higher total or Business GPA
  • B or higher in ENTP 5770 or ENTP 5777

BCOR refers to students in the integrated (BCOR) curriculum. Legacy criteria applies to students in the non-integrated curriculum. To determine which curriculum you are assigned, visit Eccles.link/bcor or email advising@eccles.utah.edu.

*Submitting an application does not guarantee admission. A committee will review students’ full academic records and admit on a case-by-case basis. Admission to all Eccles School majors are subject to the Eccles School Repeat Policy. Submitting an application does not guarantee admission to the major. ENTP 1020 with a grade of a B or higher is not required for admission, but is highly encouraged by the department.
**Students who are conditionally admitted must meet certain grade and GPA requirements to maintain their admission.