Whether you want to start your own company, help someone with their big idea, or innovate within an existing organization, a major in entrepreneurship and innovation gives you the skills to carve out your niche as an innovator. Learn to gather resources, recruit talent, design a business model, develop products or services, communicate a compelling vision, and manage and grow an organization.

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What Sets Us Apart

#15
Best Undergraduate Program for Entrepreneurship in the Nation
Entrepreneur/Princeton Review

TCU Neeley Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
The institute provides competitions, internships, expertise and hands-on opportunities to sharpen your skills and strategies. Learn more.
Values and Ventures® Competition

TCU’s Richards Barrentine Values and Ventures® Competition rewards cash prizes for business ideas that make a profit while solving a social, cultural or environmental issue. Learn more.

CREATE – Powered by the Shaddock Seed Fund
Got an idea for a new product, service or business? Bring it to CREATE for access to grants, mentors, investors and training workshops. Any idea at any stage is welcome. All TCU students can apply. Learn more.
Entrepreneurial Intern Scholars Program

Experience every aspect of entrepreneurship – marketing, accounting, supply chain and more – as you work alongside the founders at TECH Fort Worth business incubator. Learn more.

Faculty

You’ll learn from successful entrepreneurs and leading academics who will engage you in meaningful dialogue, creative thinking and ethical decision making. Our professors delve into research to advance entrepreneurial thinking, and they bring that insight into the classroom for hands-on application. They bring to the classroom a wealth of experience starting successful companies, helping small businesses and innovating existing businesses. 

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