Entrepreneurship Major (BBA)

Class Type: Classroom

The Bachelor of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship (BBA Entrepreneurship) equips and encourages students to succeed in their entrepreneurial ideas and pursuits. This degree gives students the option to focus on traditional entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, or business as mission. Practically, students are taught to identify where business opportunities exist, develop new ideas, recognize niches within their industries, and create business plans to support their ventures. DBU offers many events for networking, both in the general business world and the entrepreneurship community. Those who graduate from DBU with a BBA Entrepreneurship degree have the freedom and flexibility of working for themselves or an employer in almost any industry, including small business franchising, nonprofit management, general management, and new venture development.

The purpose of the major in Entrepreneurship is to equip students with an exceptional, Christ-centered education in entrepreneurship so that they can become ethical leaders in the global economy. We help students translate theory into practice with a focus on serving the needs of others. Our approach seeks to integrate the latest research with the timeless truths of Scripture to help students navigate the startup and entrepreneurial business world from a Christian perspective.

Student Testimonial

Alec McKisic | Entrepreneurship Major

headshot of Alec McKisic

"DBU is set apart by how genuine it is about being a Jesus-focused institution. At DBU, I’m learning more about who God is, who I am, and what I’m created to do. Being able to see not just education, but the whole world, through a biblical lens is helping equip me to be a Kingdom leader.

Designed to Meet Your Needs

Course Convenience

DBU offers classes in a variety of formats, including:

  • In-Person
  • Hybrid (Classroom and Online)*
  • Online*

*Selected courses are available in the formats listed. View the current Schedule of Classes for specific courses.

Classes Start

Generally, classes begin four times a year:

  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Fall
  • Winter

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Travel Opportunities

In addition to mission trips, DBU periodically offers students travel opportunities to earn course credit.

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