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Cultural Entrepreneurship Program  [9]

Persistent link to this collection: https://hdl.handle.net/11299/224828

The B.A. in Cultural Entrepreneurship (CUE) program is designed for Liberal Arts students to develop the critical business, entrepreneurship, and creativity skills necessary to participate in and define the creative economy. The CUE major helps students develop a unique and valued skill-set and mindset that can be applied in entrepreneurial ways throughout their careers.

The degree is founded on three pillars:

  1. Business Administration or Leadership Development
  2. Creative Industries and Entrepreneurship
  3. Cultural Sufficiency

Learn more at the Cultural Entrepreneurship program website.


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