The entrepreneurship minor provides students with a practical yet academically sound opportunity to pursue their creative ideas to formulate business ventures. The minor focuses on “learning by doing,” as students take their ideas from inception to a complete business plan for a new venture. The program emphasizes the integration of functional knowledge and skills with creative business and product/service development.
The entrepreneurial minor consists of four courses (12 credits), which are:
- Ent 200 Entrepreneurship and Innovation
- Ent 201 Entrepreneurial Planning 1 (Marketing)
- Ent 202 Entrepreneurial Planning 2 (Finance)
- Ent 203 Entrepreneurial Seminar