Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation
A perfect place to turn dreams into goals—and goals into realities.
Baylor's Department of Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation has been dedicated to the study, teaching and practice of new venture creation and development for more than four decades. Baylor Entrepreneurship ranks among the top programs in the country and offers a wide variety of programs across the campus.
KWBU (NPR): As an entrepreneur, Soren Kaplan gives steps on how to scale a business in order to achieve success.
Strategy + Business: Peter Klein, The W.W. Caruth Chair and professor of Entrepreneurship, co-authored the book, “Why Managers Matter,” which concludes that bosses are important and serve many functions and roles within organizations.
The Department of Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation in Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business has been recognized with a No. 6 national ranking for its undergraduate entrepreneurship program by Entrepreneurship Magazine and The Princeton Review.
Entrepreneur: The undergraduate entrepreneurship program in the Hankamer School of Business is ranked No. 6 nationally by The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine.