About Management, Entrepreneurship and Leadership
If you are interested in the people aspect of business, or want to be your own boss, a management major covers all the skills you need to be a successful manager. These include strategic planning, leadership, entrepreneurship, communication, conflict resolution, team building, creative problem solving, business plans, managing small business growth, human resource management, law, and business ethics.
TCU Entrepreneurial Management Major
TCU General Business Minor
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Entrepreneurship Club at TCU
The Entrepreneurship Club at TCU is the largest chapter of the National Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization, the premier global entrepreneurship network serving more than 140 colleges and universities. This student club informs, supports, and inspires TCU students to be entrepreneurial and seek opportunity through enterprise creation. The club provides a range of extracurricular activities such as Dinner with a CEO, national conference, mentorships and more.
Society of Human Resource Management
The TCU student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management provides students an opportunity to learn more about human resource management. The chapter hosts guest speakers, presents workshops and panels, takes field trips and attends regional and state professional meetings.
Neeley Entrepreneurship Center
The Neeley Entrepreneurship Center actively supports and encourages TCU student entrepreneurs to imagine, inspire and achieve. The Center hosts a popular worldwide student competition on the TCU campus each spring, as well as elevator pitch competitions, speaker forums, venture capital fund, intern program, and more.
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