Turner School of Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Students of the Turner School of Entrepreneurship and Innovation should expect to be actively engaged in learning new skills, and by graduation will have had the advantage of having practiced them as well, thus equipping them with the skills needed to become the leading innovators of tomorrow. These skills include:

  • Action oriented business planning
  • Assessing risks
  • Conducting market feasibility reviews
  • Creative marketing
  • Engaging in entrepreneurial social enterprises
  • Honing oral presentation skills directed at investors, lenders, and stakeholders
  • Networking
  • Preparing for entrepreneurship in large firms
  • Recognizing and evaluating opportunities
  • Starting a business
  • Seeking financing
  • Technology/product development
  • Valuation and selling/acquiring enterprises

Through the minor in entrepreneurship and innovation or a transcript distinction from the Entrepreneurial Scholar Program, the Turner School of Entrepreneurship and Innovation seeks to ensure an academically rich environment for Bradley students in which to build the necessary skill sets for future entrepreneurial success. With entrepreneurial internships, consulting services, events such as the Brave Pitch Elevator Pitch Competition, and so many more opportunities and resources, the Turner School of Entrepreneurship and Innovation is dedicated to providing students with the right tools for success in their entrepreneurial endeavors.