PEORIA -- Bradley University is extending its entrepreneurship program beyond the business school.
It's creating the Turner School for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. The updated program is designed to include students from non-business majors, like english or nursing, to take entrepreneur courses.
Students have three options - a major, a minor, or to be an "entrepreneur scholar" and take three classes.
Professor Gerry Hills said, "The main goal really is to prepare students for the future and as we all know the present is changing quickly and we don't know what the future will hold. But we're convinced that being entreprenurial and innovative is an important part of charting the future of Bradley graduates."
Right now about 100 students are enrolled in entrepreneur courses.
Hills said he hopes to get more than 1,000 students involved.