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(18 credits)

The minor in Entrepreneurship provides an opportunity for students to learn about entrepreneurship – the process of creating value through recognizing and developing opportunities. Students will learn how to recognize opportunities, formulate solutions, and deliver results. The minor focuses on developing the students’ entrepreneurial mindset and is a great complement to any academic major.  

To earn the Entrepreneurship minor, students must complete the courses listed below:

BE 248 - Business Modeling and Analysis
MG 131 - Principles of Management
MG 231 - Principles of Marketing
MG 365 - Issues of Small and Family Business
MG 382 - Entrepreneurship Internship

One Management (MG) courses course