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Minor - Entrepreneurship

Minor - Entrepreneurship


A minor in entrepreneurship is available to business and non-business students. The minor’s focus is on building an entrepreneurial mindset in our students with options to learn about issues related to family-led businesses, legal and human resources issues in small business, as well as financing and effective management of small and startup businesses. All students must meet the individual course prerequisites (please see requirements) before declaring and taking courses toward the entrepreneurship minor.

Course Requirements

A minor in entrepreneurship consists of Accy 201, Accy 202, and any four of the following courses: GB 350, GB 370 or Mgmt 371, Ent 396, Ent 426, Ent 436, Ent 446, Ent 456, Ent 466, Ent 476, Ent 486, Ent 499, Bus 380 (study abroad or Study USA trip approved by department), and Bus 400 (special topic/internship related to entrepreneurship approved by department).

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