Minor in Entrepreneurship

Curriculum & Requirements

Entrepreneurship Minor

The minor in entrepreneurship is designed to help students who have an idea, a product, an innovation, unique expertise, or a solution to a real world problem that they want to develop into a new business. Students will learn about the core challenges facing entrepreneurs and the ways that entrepreneurs think about and approach these challenges. Courses develop competencies such as how to discover and evaluate new business opportunities, how to pitch and build support for your new business, how to finance the new venture, how to develop a strong business model, and how to craft a powerful business plan.

Grade Requirement: must achieve a minimum grade ≥C in each course that fulfills a requirement for the minor.

Required Courses
ENTP 387BUSINESS STARTUP RESEARCH4
ENTP 388LEARNING FROM OTHERS: ENTREPRENEURIAL CASE ANALYSIS4
ENTP 389BUSINESS FEASIBILITY: PLAN AND PITCH4
Electives–choose two courses with the assistance of your faculty advisor8-10
Total Credits20-22

Catalog Listing

Enrollment Data

Undergraduate Business Students

830

BAB/BS Degrees Awarded in 2019-20

463

Students in the MBA Program

418

MBA Degrees Awarded in 2019-20

48

Full-Time Faculty Members

32