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After earning an undergraduate degree earlier this year in management with an emphasis in entrepreneurship, current B&E grad student, Clayton Peachey recognizes the opportunities afforded to him here at West Virginia University and the College of Business and Economics.

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Clayton Peachey

The Entrepreneurship and Innovation major provides the skills and knowledge for students to start new ventures and contribute to organizations that launch new products and enter new markets. In addition to becoming entrepreneurs, students with an entrepreneurship degree work as franchise managers, sales managers, business consultants, and development officers.

This program is supported, in part, by the BrickStreet Center through the Statewide College Business Plan Competition, the Experiential Learning Center, the Entrepreneurship Club, and the Entrepreneurship education and academic programs.