Minor in entrepreneurship


Program information

Learn the entrepreneurial mindset. Entrepreneurs think differently. They see opportunities others miss.

Cultivate the skills to be an innovative problem-solver who is constantly learning, resilient despite adversity and able to rebound from failure. This mindset is critical to the success of any type of organization, at any stage of development.

Required courses

  • ENTR 410: Introduction to Entrepreneurship
  • ENTR 450: Advanced Entrepreneurship
  • ENTR 490: Social Entrepreneurship

Electives

Choose 2 from the following options:

  • ENTR 430: Corporate Entrepreneurship
  • ENTR 460: Fundamentals of Entrepreneurial Finance
  • ENTR 470: Entrepreneurial Marketing
  • ENTR 480 Management of Small Business

An entrepreneurial mindset is a valuable asset at any type of organization. Students pursuing any business major will find that a minor in entrepreneurship complements their area of study. The program instills problem-solving skills and teaches innovation, which applies to every industry and job position.

Required courses

  • ENTR 410: Introduction to Entrepreneurship
  • ENTR 450: Advanced Entrepreneurship
  • ENTR 490: Social Entrepreneurship

Electives

Choose 2 from the following options:

  • ENTR 430: Corporate Entrepreneurship
  • ENTR 460: Fundamentals of Entrepreneurial Finance
  • ENTR 470: Entrepreneurial Marketing
  • ENTR 480 Management of Small Business

An entrepreneurial mindset is a valuable asset at any type of organization. Students pursuing any business major will find that a minor in entrepreneurship complements their area of study. The program instills problem-solving skills and teaches innovation, which applies to every industry and job position.

Credit hour requirements

  • Coursework consists of three required courses and two electives for a total of 15 credit hours.

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