• The Small Business Development Center puts theory into practice
  • TSBDC Foundation scholarship recipient Lake Summar presents her business plan in class.
  • Semifinalists participate in the Business Plan Competition showcase
  • Bill McDowell, Wright Travel Chair of Entrepreneurship, gives a research presentation.

Entrepreneurship

How many times have you said, “I would rather do it myself,”? That attitude is certainly a key component of the entrepreneurial spirit. Young people especially are itching to strike out on their own and make a name for themselves. And while that may be a desire shared by most, far fewer muster the courage to take the risk and pursue their dreams. Of course it takes more than desire and drive. It also requires business savvy, planning, and preparation. There's also the matter of start-up money. It's a fact that small- to medium-sized enterprises represent the largest source of U.S. economic and job growth. The entrepreneurship program offers preparation to students for successful placement within this exciting and challenging market.

A travel plan to the top

A travel plan to the top

Pam Wright (B.S. '73) embarked on her entrepreneurial adventure in 1981 when she opened Wright Travel Agency in Nashville. Today Wright Travel boasts 28 locations in seven states with annual sales of $128 million. In 2007, Pam pledged $1.25 million to MTSU to establish the Wright Travel Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurship. She is a member of the 2009 class of Tennessee's “Women of Influence” and an MTSU Distinguished Alumna.

Success on the side

Success on the side

Alex Treneff (B.B.A. '09, M.B.A. '11) was recently promoted to manager of Product Operations at Asurion, a national technology protection insurance company. Alex, who lives and works in Jackson, Tenn., also is owner of a side venture, Treneff RC, a small business that designs, manufactures, and retails remote-controlled aircraft technology.

Due to the dual focus on business development and business ownership, MTSU alumni hold positions that include, among many others

  • CEO
  • Manager
  • Owner/founder
  • President
  • Product design
  • Product manufacturer
  • Sales specialist

Firms linked to MTSU's programs through research, hiring, and mentoring include

  • Almost Home Animal Rescue
  • Aramark
  • CBS Radio (Atlanta)
  • Chik-Fil-A
  • Clear Channel
  • DiPentino and Associates
  • Disney
  • Enterprise
  • HCA
  • Nashville Predators
  • ogo Chairs
  • Panda Express
  • Rutherford County Government
  • Sherwin-Williams
  • St. Jude
  • Starbucks
  • Tennessee Breast Cancer Coalition
  • The Money Moxie
  • The Nurture Nook
  • The Southwestern Company
  • UPS
  • Wright Travel
  • YMCA

Entrepreneurship is an interdisciplinary major offered by the Department of Management. A Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degree is offered with a major in Entrepreneurship. Major courses include entrepreneurship, new-venture creation, business-plan development, and small-business management. The degree includes a Business Administration minor. An interdisciplinary minor also is available in Entrepreneurship.

Other majors offered by the Department of Management are Business Administration and Management.

Undergraduate students can pursue minors in Business Communication and Office Management.

Those who complete a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) or Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degree may enter the Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) or Master of Business Education (M.B.E.) program. The latter is also available online.

The sample schedule below is based on the current undergraduate catalog. It is not a substitute for academic advisement. Contact your advisor if you have any questions about scheduling or about your degree requirements or consult the undergraduate catalog (catalog.mtsu.edu) for a complete list of requirements and electives.

You may choose to attend a summer term to reduce your load during fall or spring terms but still stay on track to graduate in four years. (Refer to the scholarships website for information regarding use of the Lottery Scholarship for the summer term.)

NOTE: Learning Support courses will alter the sequences on this map. Missing milestones could delay your program.

Entrepreneurship Academic Map

Department of Management
Middle Tennessee State University | Murfreesboro

 

Suggested Fall/Spring and Summer/Fall/Spring Four-Year Schedule with Business Administration Minor

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FRESHMAN FALL FRESHMAN SPRING
CourseHoursMilestones/Notes CourseHoursMilestones/Notes
ENGL 1010 (Comm)3  ENGL 1020 (Comm)3 
MATH 1630 or 1810 (Math)3  Soc/Beh Sci3 
Nat Sci (Rubric 1)4  Nat Sci (Rubric 2)4
Hum/FA (Rubric 1)3  Hum/FA (Rubric 2)3 
BCEN 14003  COMM 2200 (Comm)3 
SUBTOTAL16  SUBTOTAL16 
SOPHOMORE FALL SOPHOMORE SPRING
ENGL 2020, ENGL 2030, or
HUM 2610 (Hum/FA)3  BCEN 2330, BCEN 2340, or INFS 22003Prereq: BCEN 2330 for BCEN 2340
ECON 2410* (Soc/Beh Sci)3  ECON 2420*3 
HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 20303  HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 20303 
ACTG 2110*3Prereq: College-level math; ENGL 1010 ACTG 21203Prereq: ACTG 2110
BCEN 29003  QM 2610*3Prereq: MATH 1630 or 1810
SUBTOTAL15  SUBTOTAL15 
*2.25 GPA in these courses for admission to Jones College of Business 2.25 GPA overall required for admission to Jones College of Business
JUNIOR FALL JUNIOR SPRING
BCEN 35103  BCEN 4510 or MGMT UD elective§3Prereq: BCEN 3510 rec.; see catalog for UD MGMT prereq.
QM 36203Prereq: QM 2610 MKT 38203 
MGMT 36103  MGMT 36203Prereq: QM 2610
BLAW 34003  INFS 31003 
ECON 32103Prereq: ECON 2410 MGMT 4920§3Prereq: MGMT 3610
SUBTOTAL15  SUBTOTAL15 
SENIOR FALL SENIOR SPRING
MKT 3930§3Prereq: MKT 3820 and QM 3620 MKT UD elective§3Prereq: MKT 3820
MGMT 3650§3Prereq: BCEN 2900 or MGMT 3610 BCEN 4620§3Prereq: BCEN 2900 and MGMT 3650
FIN 30103Prereq: ACTG 2120 and QM 2610 Nonbusiness elective3 
Nonbusiness elective3  Nonbusiness elective1 
BCEN 4810 or MGMT/MKT 4950§3POD required BUAD 4980§3Taken last semester
SUBTOTAL15  SUBTOTAL13 
§Admission required §Admission required

TOTAL HOURS IN PROGRAM: 120

FRESHMAN SUMMER
CourseHoursMilestones/Notes CourseHoursMilestones/Notes
ENGL 1010 (Comm)3  Hum/FA (Rubric 1)3 
SUBTOTAL3  SUBTOTAL3 
FRESHMAN FALL FRESHMAN SPRING
ENGL 1020 (Comm)3  Hum/FA (Rubric 2)3 
MATH 1630 or 1810 (Math)3  ECON 2410* (Soc/Beh Sci)3 
Nat Sci (Rubric 1)4  Nat Sci (Rubric 2)4
COMM 2200 (Comm)3  ENGL 2020, ENGL 2030, or
HUM 2610 (Hum/FA)3 
SUBTOTAL13  SUBTOTAL13 
SOPHOMORE SUMMER
BCEN 14003  ECON 2420*3 
SUBTOTAL3  SUBTOTAL3 
SOPHOMORE FALL SOPHOMORE SPRING
HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 20303  HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 20303 
ACTG 2110*3Prereq: College-level math; ENGL 1010 BCEN 2330, BCEN 2340, or INFS 22003Prereq: BCEN 2330 for BCEN 2340
BCEN 29003  ACTG 21203Prereq: ACTG 2110
Soc/Beh Sci3  QM 2610*3Prereq: MATH 1630 or 1810
SUBTOTAL12  SUBTOTAL12 
*2.25 GPA in these courses for admission to Jones College of Business 2.25 GPA overall required for admission to Jones College of Business
JUNIOR SUMMER
BCEN 35103  MGMT 36103 
SUBTOTAL3  SUBTOTAL3 
JUNIOR FALL JUNIOR SPRING
QM 36203Prereq: QM 2610 MKT 38203 
Nonbusiness elective3  MGMT 36203Prereq: QM 2610
MGMT 4920§3Prereq: MGMT 3610 FIN 30103Prereq: ACTG 2120 and QM 2610
BLAW 34003  INFS 31003 
SUBTOTAL12  SUBTOTAL12 
SENIOR SUMMER
BCEN 4810 or MGMT/MKT 4950§3POD required    
SUBTOTAL3     
SENIOR FALL SENIOR SPRING
MGMT 3650§3Prereq: BCEN 2900 or MGMT 3610 Nonbusiness elective3 
MKT 3930§3Prereq: MKT 3820 and QM 3620 MKT UD elective§3Prereq: MKT 3820
Nonbusiness elective1  BCEN 4620§3Prereq: BCEN 2900 and MGMT 3650
ECON 32103Prereq: ECON 2410 BUAD 4980§3Taken last semester
BCEN 4510 or MGMT UD elective§3Prereq: BCEN 3510 rec.; see catalog for UD MGMT prereq.    
SUBTOTAL13  SUBTOTAL12 
§Admission required §Admission required

TOTAL HOURS IN PROGRAM: 120

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Accounting

ACTG 2110 - Principles of Accounting I
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: A college-level math course; ENGL 1010; sophomore standing. Financial accounting for proprietorships and partnerships with emphasis on the accounting cycle for service and merchandising organizations. Additional topics include accounting for receivables; inventories; property, plant, and equipment; and current liabilities. (Not open to students with credit in ACTG 3000.)

ACTG 2120 - Principles of Accounting II
3 credit hours

Prerequisite: ACTG 2110. A continuation of financial accounting concepts with emphasis on debt and equity structures, the statement of cash flows, and ratio analysis. Managerial accounting topics include job, standard- and activity-based costing, cost/volume/profit (CVP) analysis, and budgeting. (Not open to students with credit in ACTG 2125 or ACTG 3000.) [Same as TBR Community Colleges ACCT 1020.]

ACTG 2125 - Principles of Accounting II for Accounting Majors
3 credit hours

Prerequisite: ACTG 2110 with a minimum grade of C. Reporting for corporations with emphasis on issues relating to debt and equity, the Statement of Cash Flows, reporting for manufacturing companies, and other issues related to the profession of accounting. (Not open to students with credit in ACTG 2120.)

ACTG 3000 - Survey of Accounting for General Business
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: A college-level math course; ENGL 1010; sophomore standing. Accounting cycle given minor emphasis; financial statement analysis and managerial uses of accounting given major emphasis. May be used for general business minors or M.B.A. candidates who have had no previous accounting courses. (Not open to Accounting majors and students with credit in ACTG 2110 and ACTG 2120.)

ACTG 3020 - Managerial Accounting
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: ACTG 2120 or ACTG 3000; junior standing; admission into the College of Business. Analysis of costs of products and services, recognition of quantitative techniques relating to management objectives, overview of master budgeting, and planning and control techniques. Designed for nonaccounting majors. (Not open to students with credit in ACTG 3310 or Accounting majors.)

ACTG 3110 - Intermediate Accounting I
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: ACTG 2110 with minimum grade of C;  ACTG 2125 or ACTG 3000 with minimum grade of C; MATH 1630; GPA of at least 2.00; junior standing; admission into the College of Business; passing grade on departmental admission exam. Introduction to professional accounting standards and financial statement preparation. Review of the accounting cycle. Extensive coverage of time value of money concepts and accounting for and reporting of current assets; current liabilities; and property, plant, and equipment.

ACTG 3120 - Intermediate Accounting II
3 credit hours

Prerequisite: ACTG 3110 with minimum grade of C and admission into the College of Business. Continuation of Intermediate Accounting I with professional accounting standards and financial statement preparation. Extensive coverage of accounting for and reporting of investments, long-term liabilities, owners' equity and related issues, revenue recognition, accounting changes and errors, and cash flows.

ACTG 3310 - Cost Accounting
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: ACTG 2125 or ACTG 3000 with minimum grade of C; MATH 1630; INFS 2200; junior standing; admission into the College of Business. Determine costs of products or services, apply quantitative concepts relating to management objectives, prepare master budgets, and perform various techniques for planning and controlling in a business environment.

ACTG 4310 - Advanced Cost Accounting
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: ACTG 3310 with minimum grade of C; BIA 2610; admission into the College of Business. In-depth analysis of costs; quantitative concepts relating to management objectives, control, and planning. Cost analysis and management accounting practices and problems using a variety of problem sets, statistical techniques, case studies, computer applications, and other materials.

ACTG 4420 - Accounting Internship
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: Senior standing or consent of advisor; a plan of activities with the associated firm prior to registration; admission into the College of Business. Active employment with an accounting firm, governmental agency, or business firm for accounting field work; credit given for experience and research upon completion of acceptable work and formal report. (Not counted as part of 24-hour Accounting major requirements.) Pass/Fail.

ACTG 4510 - Accounting Systems
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: ACTG 2125 or ACTG 3000 with minimum grade of C; INFS 2200; junior standing; admission into the College of Business. An introduction to accounting information systems in a variety of technological environments. Emphasis on business process modeling, accounting cycle controls, and database design and implementation.

ACTG 4530 - Individual Income Tax
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: ACTG 2125 or ACTG 3000 with minimum grade of C; junior standing; admission into the College of Business. Addressed to a determination of taxable income for individuals; federal income tax returns and research methods.

ACTG 4550 - Introduction to Federal Income Tax
3 credit hours

Prerequisite: ACTG 3110 with minimum grade of C or consent of instructor and admission into the College of Business. Federal income tax concepts applicable to business entities (C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, and sole proprietorships) and individuals. Emphasizes the role taxes play in business and investment decisions.

ACTG 4610 - Governmental Accounting and Reporting
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: ACTG 3120 with minimum grade of C and admission into the College of Business. State and local government accounting principles and procedures; classifications of accounts for budgetary and financial reporting; accounting for revenues and expenditures or expenses; reporting for funds and the governmental entity; and auditing the governmental entity.

ACTG 4620 - External Auditing I
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: ACTG 3120 and ACTG 4510 with minimum grade of C; BIA 3620; and admission to the College of Business. Applications of theory and principles of external auditing. Includes gathering and evaluating evidence on accounting data, preparation of reports by public accountants, evaluation of internal controls, use of statistical sampling, legal liability and ethical requirements of public accountants. (Recommended for CPA exam candidates.)

ACTG 4640 - Internal Auditing
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: ACTG 3120 and ACTG 4510 with a minimum grade of C; BIA 3620; and admission to the College of Business. Application of internal auditing concepts. Includes gathering and analyzing company data, assessing risk, applying professional and ethical standards, performing statistical sampling, and preparing internal audit reports. (Recommended for CIA exam candidates.)

ACTG 4650 - Financial Accounting Standards
3 credit hours

Prerequisite: ACTG 3120 with minimum grade of C and admission to the College of Business. Analysis of propositions, axioms, theorems, controversial accounting concepts, and authoritative statements and research on accounting principles.

ACTG 4680 - Forensic Accountancy and Fraud Auditing
3 credit hours

Prerequisite: ACTG 4620 or ACTG 4640 with minimum grade of C or approval of department chair and admission into the College of Business. The practice of forensic accounting, i.e., nontraditional investigative aspects of accountancy (e.g., litigation support, business interruptions, etc.); emphasis on fraud prevention and the detection of fraudulent intent to obtain improper individual or group gains.

ACTG 4980 - Independent Study in Accounting
1 to 3 credit hours

Prerequisites: Senior standing; 3.00 overall GPA; consent of department chair; and admission into the College of Business. Accounting research or project in contemporary problem areas under direct faculty supervision. Aggregate credits allowable toward a degree may not exceed 3 hours under 4980 courses.

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Marketing

MKT 3010 - Professional Preparation in Marketing
3 credit hours

Prerequisite: Admission to the Jones College of Business; junior standing. Open to Marketing majors. Facilitates the transition from college to career. Includes ideas for resume content development while still in college and enhances the student's personal marketing skills in the job search. Presented from a marketing perspective, focusing on personal marketing skills for the professional environment.

MKT 3750 - Supply Chain Management
3 credit hours

(Same as MGMT 3750.) Prerequisites: MGMT 3620 and admission to the College of Business. Design, operations, and control of materials management systems; implementation approaches including behavioral and technical issues; strategic role in independent and dependent demand environments; software systems; customer-supplier relationships. NOTE: Should take with or have completed MGMT 3620.

MKT 3820 - Principles of Marketing
3 credit hours

Prerequisite: Junior standing. Survey of the functions, processes, and institutions involved in the distribution of consumer and industrial goods and services. Decision making in marketing management introduced.

MKT 3825 - Measuring Marketing Performance
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MATH 1630 or MATH 1810; MKT 3820; BIA 2610 or MATH 1530; admission to the College of Business. A survey of the metrics most commonly used to measure marketing performance with special emphasis given to marketing mix metrics, market share metrics, and customer lifetime value.

MKT 3830 - Retailing
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MKT 3820; admission into the College of Business. Development and present status of the retailing structure with special consideration given to the fundamentals of store organization, operation, current distribution problems, research techniques, and possible innovations.

MKT 3840 - Professional Selling
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MKT 3820; admission to the College of Business. Principles, problems, and role of personal selling in the business environment. Buying motives, persuasion techniques, and steps of selling process are considered as they relate to different types of sales activities and products.

MKT 3850 - Promotion
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MKT 3820; admission to the College of Business. Psychological, sociological, legal, and marketing environments of promotion; the promotion mix consisting of advertising, publicity, personal selling, and sales promotion; and the development of promotion objectives, strategies, and plans.

MKT 3855 - Product Management
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MKT 3820; BIA 2610; ACTG 2110, ACTG 2120; admission into the College of Business. Issues pertaining to marketing of products. Examines topics of interest to product managers including product life cycle, sales forecasting, new products, product positioning, and brand management.

MKT 3860 - Purchasing
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MKT 3820 or approval of instructor, and admission into the College of Business. Purchasing management of materials and equipment in industry and government. Includes the optimum of quality, price, source, quantity, and time.

MKT 3865 - Sports Marketing
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MKT 3820 and admission into the College of Business. Survey of issues pertaining to the marketing of sports products and entities. Focuses on the application of strategic marketing planning to the sports industry.

MKT 3870 - Principles of Transportation
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MKT 3820 and admission into the College of Business. Transportation development in the United States and internationally. A historical, economic, and regulatory perspective.

MKT 3900 - Social Media Marketing and E-Commerce
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MKT 3820; admission into the College of Business. Direct marketing and its strategic use in the development of an integrated marketing communications plan. Topics include traditional direct marketing techniques such as direct mail, broadcast and print media, and telemarketing; Web-based marketing; and technology's impact on direct marketing communications techniques.

MKT 3910 - Consumer Behavior
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MKT 3820; admission into the College of Business. Buyer behavior as an influence in marketing decisions; special attention given to the processes of motivation, perception, attitude, learning, and interaction.

MKT 3920 - Entertainment Marketing
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MKT 3850; admission to College of Business. Discussion of interrelated marketing issues dealing with the entertainment industry. Develops and relates the marketing mix for industry issues with regard to personality management, merchandising tie-ins, sports marketing/issues, and film/television distribution.

MKT 3930 - Marketing Research
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MKT 3820;  BIA 3620/BIA 3621; admission into the College of Business. Modern research methods and their application in gathering information for marketing decisions. Special emphasis given to the implementation of marketing surveys and experiments.

MKT 3950 - Business-to-Business Marketing
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MKT 3820; admission into the College of Business. Survey of managerial decisions involved in the business-to-business marketing of goods and services.

MKT 3960 - Marketing Channels Management
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MKT 3820; admission into the College of Business. Interrelationships and interdependencies among the various institutions and agencies composing marketing channels. Emphasis on analysis of alternative strategies of different channel members for optimum efficiency within a given distribution system.

MKT 4170 - Applied Promotional Strategy
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MKT 3850; admission into the College of Business. Integrative nature of the elements of the promotional mix in the successful communication with the consumer of a firm's products and services.

MKT 4710 - International Business
3 credit hours

(Same as MGMT 4710.) Prerequisites: MGMT 3610; MKT 3820; admission into the College of Business. International organizational structures and managerial processes. Cultural, political, economic, and legal environments of global marketing. World market patterns and international trade theory.

MKT 4800 - Sales Management
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MKT 3820; MKT 3840; admission into the College of Business. Management functions as applied to field sales force. Includes sales organization structures, selection and training of sales personnel, sales compensation, supervision and stimulation of the sales force, and evaluation of sales performance.

MKT 4810 - Integrated Logistics Management
3 credit hours

(Same as MGMT 4810.) Prerequisite: Admission into the College of Business. The coordination and optimization issues faced by firms in managing the inbound and outbound logistics activities of the firm in order to minimize costs and provide high levels of customer service. Logistics activities covered include transportation management, warehousing, order fulfillment, inventory management, and network design.

MKT 4840 - Study Abroad
3 credit hours

(Same as MGMT 4840.) Prerequisites: Junior/senior standing and admission into the College of Business. A short-term international business education experience designed to expose the student to the economic, political, cultural, and social environments of a foreign country(ies). Emphasis on the international state/status of the subject matter pertinent to management and marketing.

MKT 4850 - Advanced Selling
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MKT 3820; MKT 3840; admission into the College of Business. The sales function as it relates to business-to-business selling and strategic relationship development. Topics include relational selling, account management, negotiation, team selling, handling conflict and ethical dilemmas, and selling to buying committees. Learning through interactive lecture, role-playing, and sales force automation software.

MKT 4870 - Services Marketing
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MKT 3820 and admission into the College of Business. The role and scope of marketing in service entities, including impact, issues, and domestic and global trends.

MKT 4880 - Applied Marketing Research
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MKT 3930 and admission into the College of Business. Applies marketing research concepts and tools learned in the introductory marketing research class to "real-life" marketing problems. Emphasis on planning and implementing research activities as well as oral and written presentation of results and conclusions based on marketing research.

MKT 4890 - Marketing Management
3 credit hours

Prerequisites: Senior standing; Marketing major; MKT 3910; MKT 3930; 6 additional semester hours of marketing courses; admission into the College of Business. Marketing strategy, marketing policies, production planning, pricing, promotion, and service from the marketing manager's point of view. Case analysis and marketing simulation emphasized.

MKT 4950 - Marketing Internship
1 to 3 credit hours

Prerequisites: Marketing or Entrepreneurship major; senior standing; an overall grade point average of 2.50; admission into the College of Business. Student is affiliated with an organization on a part-time basis to develop knowledge and experience in the practical application of marketing principles to actual business problems in a non-classroom situation. Can be applied toward the student's degree requirements only upon approval of the department chair. This course can only be taken one time.

MKT 4990 - Independent Study
1 to 3 credit hours

Prerequisites: Senior standing; approval of department chair; admission into the College of Business. Individual research and analysis of contemporary problems and issues in a concentrated area under the guidance of an approved faculty member. This course can only be taken one time.

Mission

The Entrepreneurship Program's mission is to provide education about the roles and contributions of entrepreneurs in economic development and job creation and to foster the growth and development of entrepreneurship.

Program objectives Include:

  • Encourage creativity and innovation.
  • Prepare students for successful venture creation and implementation.
  • Provide opportunities for students to gain knowledge required for startup and successful operation.
  • Help students create "real" business plans.
  • Facilitate networking for students to meet and learn from local, regional, and national entrepreneurs.
  • Introduce students to the expertise of Small Business Development Centers.
  • Encourage student participation in national and global entrepreneurship celebrations.
  • Give students opportunities to participate in the Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization (CEO).

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