Entrepreneurship Minor

This minor offers students across the University exposure to entrepreneurship, from concepts of creativity, technology, and innovation to implementing business plans. Students may explore opportunities in both the for- and non-profit sectors.

For a 15-credit minor in entrepreneurship, students complete the following:

MG 0335Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management3
BU 0211Legal Environment of Business 13
Select three courses from the following groups: 29
Group 1:
Introduction to Management 3
Managing Human Resources
Leading and Managing People
Group 2:
Social Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship: Product Development and Commercialization
Managing a Family Business
Employment Law and Discrimination in the Workplace
Total Credits15

It is strongly recommended that students take the BU 0211 Legal Environment of Business section with an Entrepreneurship emphasis.


Non-management majors choose one course from Group 1 and two courses from Group 2. Management majors choose three courses from Group 2. No courses may double-count for the entrepreneurship minor and the management major.


DSB students may not select MG 0101 as an entrepreneurship elective.