Sr. Manager, Surgical Gloves Marketing at Cardinal Health
In short, yes. Entrepreneurs get great experience in all areas of a business from finance to marketing to hr to legal to inventory management to operations. You learn how to be a motivated self starter and a confident decision maker as an entrepreneur- which are all good skills to have when working for a corporation in a more traditional corporate business role. These skills will likely impress corporate interviewers and will give you a unique perspective that will allow you to talk about the many different facets of business (or product/project) management and strategy. With your entrepreneurship degree, just make sure you're still getting diverse experiences in various industries of different sizes so that companies don't pigeon hole you too much as just a "small business person" or someone who plays by your own rules only. Showing collaboration and teamwork skills from your college days through participation in entrepreneurship clubs, Startup Weekend participation or leadership, etc will impress future employers at companies of all sizes.
Book recommendation: Corporate Entrepreneurship & Innovation By Michael H. Morris, Donald F. Kuratko, Jeffrey G