Minor in Business and Entrepreneurship

The business and entrepreneurship minor has been designed to enhance opportunities and professionalism within any major program of study. Whether interested in natural sciences and health care, behavioral sciences, business, the arts, education or architecture, the entrepreneurship minor will better prepare students to be innovative within established organizations or their own enterprise.

The minor in business and entrepreneurship prepares future entrepreneurs by cultivating their creativity in developing new and innovative ideas, developing their abilities to initiate and sustain these ideas and fostering their commitment to social responsibility in the management of their ventures.

The Business and Entrepreneurship Minor focuses on an integration of theoretical and practical knowledge, using business theories and liberal arts education in developing entrepreneurial ideas. A key class is the Ethical Problems/Entrepreneurial Answers class which promotes ethics and critical thinking.

The business and entrepreneurship minor requires a minimum of 22 credit hours.

All prerequisites must be completed prior to enrollment in the following courses:

ACCT 209: Principles of Accounting
ECON 201: Basic Economic Theory OR
ECON 210: Principles of Microeconomics
ENTR 250: Social Problems/Entrepreneurial Answers
ENTR 301: Entrepreneurship Adventure
MKTG 337: Marketing
MGMT 170: Computer Proficiency Exam
MGMT 301: Leadership & Organizations