Careers in Entrepreneurship
Average Career Salary
While entrepreneurs typically look to equity growth and a sense of accomplishment as their primary compensation, our graduates with an entrepreneurship major have a skill set that prepares them for a variety of jobs with an average salary of $70,000
Anticipated demand over next 10 years
According to the Kauffman Foundation, the nation’s leading source for economic research
• Entrepreneurship education increases the probability of a student being involved in a new
business venture by 25 percent over a non-entrepreneurship graduate.
• Similarly, entrepreneurship graduates on average are three times more likely to be selfemployed
than general business graduates.
Recent employers of our entrepreneurship graduates include:
• Armstrong Air, Inc.
• Bankers Systems Company
• Key Corp
• MTD Products
• Signal Bank, NA
• Spring Anthem Casualty Insurance
• Wells Fargo Company
• Family Business Owner
• Consultant & Business Advisor
• Focus Group Analyst
• Franchise Owner Read more
Dr. Robert Stoll, Chair
Dauch College of Business & Economics
401 College Ave.
Ashland, OH 44805
How to start up an innovative company, manage a family business
Entrepreneurs face an array of challenges while launching successful ventures. Our program provides students with the skills to meet these challenges.
You’ll learn how to recognize opportunity in the marketplace, create a successful business plan and key in on the collaboration skills needed to attract investors.
Your journey to success begins with a solid foundation in business fundamentals (Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Management and Economics). This foundation is used to reinforce the key aspects of our Entrepreneurship majors.