Undergraduate Minor in Entrepreneurship

Everything you can imagine is real. ~ Pablo Picasso

Entrepreneurs invent products that improve our quality of life. They inspire ideas that tap the depths of our creativity. And they confront our most pressing social problems. In short, entrepreneurs are the ones who break away from the pack, generating new ideas, harnessing new resources, and launching new initiatives in order to make a meaningful and lasting contribution to the world.

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

In addition to a curriculum that is dynamic and accessible for all majors, the Edward Jones Center for Entrepreneurship (EJC) is a vehicle through which you can really get engaged. There is an Entrepreneurship Club that works with real clients launching businesses and non profits. The EJC also has annual conferences that provide an opportunity for students to network with other entrepreneurs and experts in the community. Plus, your internship will provide you with a chance to put your knowledge and abilities to work.

For additional inquiries, please contact Kelley Still at (417) 873-7458 or kstill@drury.edu.

Program of Study:
All prerequisites must be completed prior to enrollment in the following courses:
ENTR 210: Entrepreneurship Exploration
ENTR 250: Social Problems/Entrepreneurial Answers
ENTR 301: Entrepreneurship Adventure
ENTR 397, 398, 497, 498: Internship
ENTR 490: Selected Topics