Undergraduate Program

Entrepreneurship Major

Whitman's nationally ranked entrepreneurship program is shaping 21st century managers to meet, head-on, the challenges and opportunities of rapidly growing local, regional and global markets.

Are you intrigued by the challenges and opportunities of starting a company, working for a startup, joining a family business or adding an entrepreneurial mindset to a social venture or nonprofit? Do you plan to work for a large firm in product or business development where you will need to understand how to strategically maneuver in a rapidly growing global market? If you enjoy innovative thinking, creating and managing, then the Whitman School's renowned Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises (EEE) Program could be the perfect fit for you.

Whitman EEE major has four tracks:
New Venture Creation
Corporate Entrepreneurship
Social Entrepreneurship
Family Business

At A Glance

Notable Hiring Companies

Intel Corporation

Internship Positions

Global Strategic Planning Intern Product Development Intern



Full-time Positions

Program Manager
Growth Hacker
Product Analyst
Business Leadership Program


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Undergraduate Program,
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Clubs and

Whitman’s many clubs can further enhance your entrepreneurship skills and spirit. For example, our Entrepreneurship Club is a dynamic and passionate group that brings students, faculty and local businesses together to spread entrepreneurship around the Syracuse University campus and throughout the greater Syracuse community.



Experiential Learning

The Whitman School aims to inspire and prepare students for an ever-changing business world. Each semester dedicated staff and faculty work closely with alumni, donors and industry partners to create and facilitate experiential programming that bridges the gap between classroom learning and practical application — all while expanding job placement opportunities and helping students build meaningful connections

Experiential Programs