508-620-1220

innovation@framingham.edu
entrepreneur innovation CENTER<br />
At Framingham State<br />
University

508-620-1220

innovation@framingham.edu

Academic

Programs

The College of Business (COB), FSU’s newest college, is home to three academic departments with eight undergraduate programs of study. The 800 undergraduate majors and 100 graduate students in the COB share a common interest in the multi-faceted world of business. Students in the COB have a diverse array of opportunities to learn about financial markets, business ethics, the global dimensions of business, data analytics, economics, strategic decision-making, marketing, principles of management, information management tools, and teamwork. 

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Academic

Programs

The College of Business (COB), FSU’s newest college, is home to three academic departments with eight undergraduate programs of study. The 800 undergraduate majors and 100 graduate students in the COB share a common interest in the multi-faceted world of business. Students in the COB have a diverse array of opportunities to learn about financial markets, business ethics, the global dimensions of business, data analytics, economics, strategic decision-making, marketing, principles of management, information management tools, and teamwork. 

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ENTR 300 Entrepreneurship, Start Your Own Business

A study of the challenges and opportunities of starting up a business. Students adopt the tools necessary to design and develop a new business and engage their creative thinking capabilities

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ENTR 301 Cultivating and Managing Innovation

An exploration of factors that support successful innovations. The course explores where good ideas come from, and exposes students to the breakthrough practices of companies and regions.

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ENTR 302 Social Entrepreneurship

A study of starting, and/or working in, an entrepreneurial organization to meet a social need whether globally or in the United States. Students explore the connection of social enterprises to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs

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ENTR 495 Entrepreneurs Interns’ Seminar Practicum

A supervised practical experience in the Framingham State University Entrepreneur Innovation Center.

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