Earn a One-of-a-Kind Business Degree
Business and Enterprise Management is one of the rare business majors in the country that allows customization according to your interests. In addition to providing you with a strong foundation in business knowledge and skills, on-the-job internship experience, professional development and leadership training, you can choose to build on your talents by selecting one of the following concentrations--or designing your own:
By combining Wake Forest's outstanding liberal arts core with your Business and Enterprise Management major, you will be prepared to chart a one-of-a-kind path as well as a dynamic life.
The Business and Enterprise Management major is designed to preserve a generalist business curriculum that develops in our students a holistic and integrated perspective of business while simultaneously giving them a unique and compelling story to tell about themselves, their aspirations, and their business education. Key curriculum components include a practicum experience consisting of a required internship combined with a reflective overview and personal portfolio component, a professional development workshop series, a Capstone Leadership Experience, a 3-course concentration (listed above), and a unique structure for the required organizational behavior and strategic management courses.
The major must attain a grade point average of 2.0 on all courses attempted in the undergraduate business program, exclusive of courses repeated with a C grade or better. A minimum of 40 credits in the business and enterprise management major must be earned in the undergraduate business program.
PLEASE NOTE: All students who have been accepted into the undergraduate business program are subject to the major requirements listed in the Bulletin year of their acceptance into the school. For example, for students who applied and were accepted in January 2008, the 2008-2009 Bulletin would list their major requirements.
Official bulletins are available online.