Entrepreneurship for Non-Business Majors Minor
College of Business Administration
Department of Marketing and Entrepreneurship
Room 534, Business Administration Building
Entrepreneurship is more than a set of tools and techniques for starting and growing a business. It is a mindset, a creative way of looking at opportunities, a passion, doing what one loves, a challenge, persistence and creating wealth and operating a business, whether one owns it or not. The Entrepreneurship minor bring an entrepreneurial perspective to students' major field of study. Students are immersed in the entrepreneurial process through coursework, entrepreneurial projects and exposure to many entrepreneurs in the community. Students are prepared for the various aspects of starting a business, acquiring a business, corporate entrepreneurship or working for a small business.
|ENTREPRENEURSHIP FOR NON-BUSINESS MAJORS MINOR (18 credits):|
|ACCT||23020||Introduction to Financial Accounting
|ECON||22060||Principles of Microeconomics
||Introduction to Entrepreneurship
|27466||Speaker Series in Entrepreneurship
|37192||Practicum in Entrepreneurship
Requirements to declare the entrepreneurship minor:
Minimum 2.25 GPA; or if new freshman, no established GPA is required
Requirement to graduate with the entrepreneurship minor:
Minimum 2.25 GPA (including all attempts in 30000-4000 level courses) is required in the minor courses.