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USASBE 2008 Model Undergraduate Program

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  1. USASBE 2008 Model Undergraduate Program Belmont University Nashville, Tennessee

  2. Innovativeness and Uniqueness

  3. Experiential Opportunities • Practicing Student Entrepreneur Program • Campus-based Business Program

  4. Practicing Entrepreneur Program • Hatcheries and Incubator • Student Entrepreneur Roundtables • Accounting Clinic • Entrepreneurial Excellence Endowed Grant Fund • Belmont Student Business Plan Competition • Belmont Network Mentor Program

  5. Student Business Hatcheries

  6. Campus-Based Business Program • Student created – Student run Businesses • Three retail businesses • Three service businesses • All are partnerships with other programs on campus

  7. Campus-Based Businesses: Retail

  8. Feedback Clothing

  9. This and That

  10. Boulevard Gallery

  11. Service Campus-Based Businesses • Boulevard Design – Graphic Design Firm • Tower Creative Consultants – P.R. Firm • Campus radio station – being developed

  12. Moench Endowed Speaker Series

  13. Quality and Effectiveness

  14. Faculty • Full-time Faculty • Dr. Jeff Cornwall • Dr. Mark Schenkel • Mr. Jose Gonzalez • Current Adjunct Faculty • Mr. John Wark • Mr. Matthew Wilson

  15. Student Outcomes(Comparing entering with exiting responses) • an increase in ability to secure needed resources to launch a business venture • an increase in knowledge to start and manage a business of their own • an increase in their intention to launch a business after graduation • an increased ability to reduce risk and uncertainty for a new venture • an increased confidence in their ability to establish and achieve goals for new ventures

  16. Student Outcomes • 33.05% of our majors/minors have started a business while in the program • 87.18% of those businesses still operating • 30% of most recent graduating classes started businesses – 100% still in operation

  17. Enrollment History of Declared Entrepreneurship Majors First Five Years of the Program (2004-2008) 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 (est.)

  18. Other Majors Across Campus Involved in Entrepreneurship Program (Including Minors, Students in Co-curricular Programs, and Affiliated Programs)

  19. Student Effectiveness: Competitions • Delta Epsilon Chi • SIFE • Business Plan Competitions

  20. Completeness and Comprehensiveness

  21. Curricular Programs • Entrepreneurship Major • Entrepreneurship Minor

  22. Entrepreneurship Major Requirements Entrepreneurial Venture Management Foundations in Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurial Financial Management • Entrepreneurship Electives (6 cr.) – • Service Learning in Entrepreneurship • Family Business • Launching an Entrepreneurial Venture • Internship Credits (3 cr.) • Other Business Elective Human Resource Management Business Tool and Core Courses (40 cr. BBA requirements)

  23. Entrepreneurship Minor Requirements Entrepreneurial Venture Management Foundations in Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurial Financial Management Business Ethics Integrated Accounting (6 credit course) All Requirements of their non-business major

  24. In-class Activities • Local live case studies • Experiential exercises • Class speakers

  25. Entrepreneurship Club • CEO • Delta Epsilon Chi • Community Service

  26. Sustainability

  27. Funding • Endowments • Jack C. Massey Chair • Moench Entrepreneurship Lecture Series • Entrepreneurial Excellence Grant Fund • Grants • Coleman Foundation • Local Foundations • Gifts • Business Plan Competition • Entrepreneurship Club

  28. Support from Administration • Faculty lines • Staff support • Budgetary funding • Part of College of Business Mission • Strong support from Senior Administration and Development

  29. Entrepreneurship Across Belmont Initiatives: Building an Entrepreneurial Culture • Campus-based businesses • Non-business major hatchery • Convocation Lectures • Guest lectures in other programs • Community connections • Faculty developments programs

  30. Campus-based Businesses • Self-sustaining funding • Succession planning

  31. Transferability

  32. Coleman Funded Projects • 2007 USASBE Pre-conference • Sharing program innovations • 2008 USASBE Pre-conference • Web-based collaborative