The Marketing and Entrepreneurship Minor prepares the graduate to generate and enhance opportunities in their field of work and increase professionalism within any major program of study.
Students will develop as future entrepreneurs by cultivating their creativity in developing new and innovative ideas and engaging their stakeholders for positive change. The Marketing and Entrepreneurship minor requires coursework that is focused on working within organizations, engaging customers and stakeholders, and generating sustainable solutions and business plans. Students with backgrounds in the natural sciences, health care, behavioral sciences, business, fine arts, graphic design, education, and architecture will be better prepared for innovation in their fields or even creating their own enterprise.
The Marketing and Entrepreneurship Minor requires 18 credit hours of coursework.
Students pursuing a major in Management and Marketing or Integrated Business with a management or marketing track are not eligible for this minor.
All prerequisites must be completed prior to enrollment in the following courses.
Admission to Breech is not required of those pursuing a minor offered by the Breech School.