Cultural Entrepreneurship

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Cultural Entrepreneurship is comprised of Business, Entrepreneurship, Contextual Competencies, and Foreign Language & Cultural Literacies

Cultural Entrepreneurship is a program that is designed for Liberal Arts students to develop critical business, entrepreneurship and creative skills necessary to participate in the booming culture and creative economy. We do not expect all students with this degree to start new ventures. Instead, the major helps students with a unique and valued skill-set and mindset that can be applied in entrepreneurial ways throughout their careers. The degree is founded on three pillars, business and entrepreneurship, foreign languages, and cultural literacy and conceptual competencies.

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CUE Fair 2017

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