Minor in Entrepreneurship

The LIU Global Minor in Entrepreneurship equips students with the knowledge and skills necessary to imagine, plan, and execute sustainable ventures through entrepreneurial design thinking that produces a social benefit. Through courses and integrated fieldwork around the world, students learn the ways in which entrepreneurs use business principles to channel market forces to address important social needs. Through projects or internships, students will explore how they can become positive change agents in their communities and professional lives.  Students can complete one or more minors at LIU Global.  Each minor requires the completion of a minimum of 15 credits from the approved courses numbered over 100. Courses listed below may only count toward one minor if cross-listed in another minor.

Course Title

Location, Semester, Type

Introduction to Project Planning and Business Management

Costa Rica, Fall, Required for All Students

Global Business and Design Thinking

Costa Rica, Fall, Required for All Students

Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship

Costa Rica, Spring, Elective

Principles of Entrepreneurship

Costa Rica, Spring, Elective

The Economics of Globalization

Europe, Fall, Required for All Students

Corporate Social Responsibility

Europe, Fall, Elective

Global Marketing in Theory and Practice

Europe, Spring, Elective

Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Cross-Cultural Collaboration

Australia/Asia, Spring, Required for All Students

International Internship

(Requires Center Director's Approval)

Field Research Semester, Fall, Required for All Students 

New York City Internship 

(Requires Center Director's Approval)

New York, Spring (Capstone), Required for All Students

LIU Business Studies Courses

New York, Spring, Elective

Special Topics in Entrepreneurship 

Europe, Australia/Asia, New York Fall/Spring

Email the Minor Form to Oscar.Ugalde@liu.edu, for review, upon completion of all approved courses or when you are registered for the final course. 

Note: Other equivalent classes may fulfill minor course requirements with approval.