Entrepreneurship Minor

Prepares students for entrepreneurial careers in new venture creation, managing family-owned or other small business enterprises or working in an entrepreneurial capacity (product development, business development, cross-discipline leadership, etc.) for existing firms. The minor provides a basic foundation in the knowledge, skills and mind-set to search for and evaluate new venture opportunities and to finance, operate, and manage new or growing businesses. It aims to complement the discipline-based knowledge students develop in their major. 

Not available to Management majors.

Minor In Entrepreneurship

Minor Core

AC 210Accounting for Decision-Making

3

MGT 295Fundamentals of Management and Organizational Behavior

3

ENT 330Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation

3

ENT 350Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures

3

Six credit hours from the following electives

ENT 355/MGT 355Managing a Growing Business

3

ENT 390Topics in Entrepreneurship

3

ENT 475New Venture Challenge: Lean Launch Methodology

3

MGT 473Organizing and Managing for Innovation

3

Total Credit Hours: 18