Distinguished Centers and Programs
Recognizing the need to address the challenges that family owned and managed businesses face, Stetson University created the Family Enterprise Center in 1998. Since its origins, the center has been a leader in the development of next-generation family enterprise owners, leaders and advisors through a holistic approach to education.
The Joseph C. Prince Entrepreneurship Program was founded by Tom Prince, a successful owner and operator of hotels, and named in honor of his father, Joseph.
Drawing from both the academic and professional worlds, the Prince Entrepreneurship Program equips the next generation of entrepreneurs to successfully navigate the risky waters of launching a business.
The Templeton Business Ethics Case Competition, for undergraduate students from invited institutions, gives students an opportunity to sharpen their analytical and critical thinking and their presentations skills as they develop an executive summary of the analysis of a specified case.