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:
|BUSN 3211||Legal Environment of Business 1||3|
|MGMT 4335||Entrepreneurship: Ideation and Validation||3|
|Select three courses from the following groups: 2||9|
|Introduction to Management 3|
|Managing Human Resources|
|Leading and Managing People|
|Employment Law and Discrimination in the Workplace|
|Entrepreneurship: Product Development and Commercialization|
|Managing a Family Business|
It is strongly recommended that students take the BUSN 3211 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 MGMT 2101 as an entrepreneurship elective.