View a broad range of experiential and applied entrepreneurship courses for undergraduate students.
View a broad range of experiential and applied entrepreneurship courses for graduate students.
Faculty in the Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship department are interested in strategic management, organizational studies, entrepreneurship, ethics, and international management. Their research orientation is the development of theory that is driven by applied managerial and organizational problems. Faculty research and teaching interests range from competitive strategy, new business creation, inter-firm networks, and innovation to ethics, team dynamics, negotiation, and the management of global businesses.
Hear from Carlson Students about their entrpreneurial endeavors:
Undergrad Nick Beste talks about his craft meat company, Man Cave.
Undergrad Josh Brook discusses his work with the start-up Playtabase.
Alum Sarah Young jumps into the start-up scene with Rock Your Block.