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

Arkansas Wins 2017 SEC Student Pitch Competition

Arkansas Wins 2017 SEC Student Pitch Competition

A team from the University of Arkansas won first place in the 2017 SEC Student Pitch Competition held at the University of Florida on Monday, Nov. 13.

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Fletchers Fund Additional Support for Entrepreneurs With Lecture Series Gift

Fletchers Fund Additional Support for Entrepreneurs With Lecture Series Gift

University of Arkansas alumnus Frank Fletcher and his wife, Judy, have committed $150,000 to the Walton College  to create the Frank and Judy Fletcher Distinguished Lecture Series in Entrepreneurship.

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Blockchain Hackathon a Success For Students, Companies

Blockchain Hackathon a Success For Students, Companies

Sixty-five students from across the University of Arkansas each worked more than a dozen hours to push the limits of blockchain technology and propose creative and imaginative solutions for six use cases posed by Northwest Arkansas industries.

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