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Jake Anderson '11 and Samuel Barstow '11, founders, Forsake startup outdoor footwear brand

Jennifer Baum '87, president and founder, Bullfrog & Baum, PR, marketing and social media firm

Matt Baumgartner '95, founder and owner, Bombers Burritos Bar

Ariel Fox '00, founder and principal, Ariel Fox Design, LLC

Jessica Mindich '92, founder and owner, Jewelry for a Cause

Ryan Menzer '04, co-owner, Focus Computers

Glenn Sanders '04, co-founder, ReVivo Medical, LLC

Edward Neugeboren '92, co-founder and managing director, ArcLight Advisors

Juan Rijfkogel '12, co-founder and CEO, My Brighter World, LLC

Matt Baumgartner '95 Matt Baumgartner '95, founder and owner, Bombers Burritos Bar

Entrepreneurship


With small classes, dedicated faculty and a highly flexible curriculum that allows you to combine majors, double major, study across departments or create your own major, Union is the perfect place to nurture your entrepreneurial spirit.

Our broad range of curricular offerings enables you to put your own ideas and inspiration into action in many fields.

In addition to department-based courses, several interdepartmental courses provide multidisciplinary approaches to the entrepreneurial mindset, and courses in a variety of departments examine ways in which entrepreneurs think and act. A Union education also encourages curiosity, creativity and problem-solving, further tools for entrepreneurial success.

How to pursue at Union:

Possible majors:

A variety of majors and minors, from Economics and Engineering to Managerial Economics and Mathematics, will help students succeed in entrepreneurial endeavors and in programs of advanced study.

Clubs and organizations:

Entrepreneurship Club

Suggested terms abroad:

Siem Reap, Cambodia; the economics exchange program with the University of Antwerp in Belgium; the IESEG School of Management in Lille, France; internship-based programs in both York, England and Shanghai, China; miniterms in India and Cuba with emphasis on economic development.