University of Arkansas

Walton College

The Sam M. Walton College of Business

Entrepreneurship Programs

Our innovative approach to entrepreneurship education stimulates student and faculty successes that are recognized nationally and globally, allowing us to play an integral role in building one of the most vibrant entrepreneurial communities in the country.


For MBA Students
Entrepreneurship Concentration

Executive MBA students can choose the Entrepreneurship career track as part of their graduate program.

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For Undergraduate Students
Entrepreneurship Concentration

Undergraduate business students majoring in Management may elect to pursue an entrepreneurship concentration for their degree.

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Entrepreneurship Certificate
for Non-Business Graduate Students

Graduate students from all disciplines are encouraged to participate in the programs offered by the Office of Entrepreneurship. Our students have a strong success record in business plan competitions, participate in commercialization retreats, and enjoy working with Arkansas industries. 

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New & Noteworthy

Fleischer Scholars Present Business Plans for Entrepreneurial Projects

Fleischer Scholars Present Business Plans for Entrepreneurial Projects

Twenty-five high school students from Arkansas recently spent one week on campus to learn about entrepreneurship, business plans, presentations, teamwork and community improvement projects through the Fleischer Scholars summer camp program.

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Walton Faculty, Students Participate in Enterprise Computing Community Conference

Walton Faculty, Students Participate in Enterprise Computing Community Conference

Faculty and students from the Sam M. Walton College of Business attended the Enterprise Computing Community Conference in Poughkeepsie, New York, June 11-13. 

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EPIC Spotlight: Daymara Baker

EPIC Spotlight: Daymara Baker

It’s bread with benefits. That’s the catch phrase Daymara Baker uses when describing her business, Rockin’ Baker, a bakery tucked inside a small Fayetteville plaza among a bicycle shop and microbrewery.

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