Entrepreneurship education enhances expertise in any field, developing talent to identify opportunity, leverage innovation and grow commercial, academic or social value.
Entrepreneurship is the skill to spot opportunity and build success – not just in business, but in art, music, engineering, science and every other field. Cross-listed classes can be found across the campus in departments ranging from Chemical & Environmental Engineering and Law to Philosophy and Russian & Slavic Studies.
UA undergraduates can take a number of elective entrepreneurship courses that enhance studies in any field.
UA graduate students can take 500- and 600-level entrepreneurship-focused courses to helps them shape success according to personal goals, expertly managing and growing research and knowledge.
You can view a full list of entrepreneurship electives and cross-listed courses in the UA Course Catalog. Select the term and the letter E and then scroll down to expand ENTR – Entrepreneurship offerings.
For questions about entrepreneurship electives, please talk with one of our advisors.
For additional information, please visit Advising.