Bachelor of Science in Food & Beverage Entrepreneurship
What you will learn
The Food & Beverage Entrepreneurship bachelor’s degree program allows students the opportunity to study an integrated mix of food and/or beverage courses, entrepreneurial and business classes, and a variety of experiential opportunities both inside and outside of the classroom. This program prepares students for careers as innovators creating and managing food- and/or beverage-related small businesses and start-ups or to work as a proponent of intrapreneurship and innovators within existing organizations. Students begin their studies focused on the craft of food, exploring and developing their passion, and then expand their focus into business and entrepreneurship studies. Throughout the course of study, students learn what it takes to begin their own food and/or beverage venture that includes developing a business plan, resource management, finance, marketing, leadership and innovation. Opportunities exist for students to engage in internship or study abroad. Upon completion of the program, graduates are expected to: Evaluate human, financial and other resources in the entrepreneurial ecosystem that support or inhibit new ventures. Communicate effectively to diverse audiences, regarding different purposes and situations, through a variety of professional methods. Apply ethical principles in response to common entrepreneurial decisions and challenges. Develop a business plan for an innovative product or service in a food or beverage-related market. Analyze the sources of funding available for food and beverage-related ventures and use decision support tools to determine effective structures for early-stage investments. Food & Beverage Entrepreneurship A four-year program leading to the bachelor of science degree for graduates of two-year food related associate degree program. A four-year program leading to the bachelor of science degree for graduates of two-year food related associate degree program. First two years: 61 in Baking & Pastry Arts OR in Culinary Arts Third and fourth years: CreditsMajor Courses ENTR2001 Introduction to Entrepreneurship 3 ENTR2030 Pitching & Planning New Ventures 3 ENTR3015 Small Business Management 3 ENTR3030 Marketing for Entrepreneurs 3 ENTR4010 Change and Innovation Management 3 ENTR4055 Entrepreneurship Seminar 3 FSM3035 Supervision for Food Service Professionals 3 FSM3040 Food Service Financial Systems 3 FSM3215 Culinary Operations and Facility Management 3 LAW2001 The Legal Environment of Business I 3 A&S Core Experience Integrative Learning 3 One ILS course at the 4000 level Arts & Humanities 6 PHIL3240 Ethics: A Global Perspective One course from ART, HUM‡, LIT, or REL Mathematics 3 MATH2001 Statistics I Social Sciences 6 ECON1002 Microeconomics One course from ANTH°°, LEAD, PSCI, PSYC or SOC A&S Elective 3 ECON1001 Macroeconomics Free Electives # 9 credits selected from 1000–4999 numbered offerings within the university 9 Total Credits 60.0 Four-Year Credit Total 121.0 ** General Education Requirements All students are required to complete MATH1002 A Survey of College Mathematics (or higher, based on student's placement) or its equivalent. For students without an awarded Associate in Science degree from a regionally accredited institution, the following courses are required in order to meet minimum accreditation standards. Transcripts for these students will be evaluated to determine transfer credit eligibility for the following courses: ENG1020 English Composition 3 ENG1021 Advanced Composition and Communication 3 ENG1030 Communication Skills 3 MATH1002 A Survey of College Mathematics (or higher, based on student's placement) 3 Science One course from BIO^, CHM±, PHY° or SCI 3 A&S Elective Two courses with an EASC attribute 6 ** Students must complete 14 courses (at least 42 credits) of general studies within the B.S. degree. # In addition to classes, free elective credits may be applied to a number of options such as internship, study abroad, Directed Experiential Education courses and courses in a specialization or minor as relevant. For Accelerated Master's program students, up to three graduate-level courses may apply. Students are strongly encouraged to contact a faculty adviser before scheduling free elective credits. Visit Courses by Subject Code for a listing of all campus courses. ‡HUM courses are not offered in North Miami or Online. ^BIO courses are not offered in North Miami. ¶CAD courses are only offered in Providence. ±CHM courses are not offered in North Miami or Online. °PHY courses are not offered in Charlotte. °°ANTH courses are not offered in North Miami or Charlotte. Students who graduate with a bachelor's degree must leave Johnson & Wales University with effective writing skills to fulfill the graduation writing requirement. These writing skills are assessed in ENG1021 Advanced Composition and Communication. Students who have met the requirement of ENG1021 Advanced Composition and Communication or ENG1027 Honors Advanced Composition and Communications: Civic Discourse outside of Johnson & Wales University must fulfill the graduation writing requirement through successful completion of ENG0001 Writing Workshop. In collaboration with academic colleges across all four JWU campuses, JWU Global — Study Abroad programs offer a variety of international options for major, minor, arts and sciences, and elective credit at many affordable price points for students during the academic year, break periods, and summer. Faculty-led, exchange, affiliate, and direct-enroll programs range in duration from one week to a full semester. Financial aid is applicable and scholarships are available. Visit the study abroad website for information, program descriptions and online applications. Where will you go?