Minor in Digital Entrepreneurship Development

About

In the Digital Entrepreneurship Development Minor, you’ll get hands-on experience researching and applying business practices. You’ll learn from others as you analyze and discuss business cases from real startups. You’ll also build your skills as you:

  • Learn to conduct feasibility analysis, write a short-form business plan, and create and deliver an investment pitch
  • Use business computer applications to solve problems
  • Study how e-commerce is emerging and evolving

If you’re interested in starting your own business or helping a young business grow, this is the minor for you.

Questions?

We’re here to help! Reach out to Von Astudillo at vastudillo@ewu.edu for more information.

Curriculum & Requirements

Digital Entrepreneurship Development Minor

Note: MISC 371 and MISC 487 are hands-on based in the PiLab; MISC 371 may be replaced with another programming course–with permission of department advisor.

Required Courses
ENTP 387BUSINESS STARTUP RESEARCH4
ENTP 388LEARNING FROM OTHERS: ENTREPRENEURIAL CASE ANALYSIS4
ENTP 389BUSINESS FEASIBILITY: PLAN AND PITCH4
MISC 371BUSINESS APPLICATIONS PROGRAM DESIGN4
MISC 487DIGITAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP4
Total Credits20

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