The minor in entrepreneurship is an interdisciplinary program designed to work with a vast variety majors across campus. It is suitable for those who might want to have their own business or work in an entrepreneurial environment (including large organizations). This minor draws majors from over 25 different disciplines on campus including Agriculture, Architectural Science, Biology, Broadcasting, Mechanical Engineering, Photojournalism, Theater, to name a few. The minor is coordinated with various departments and the students of all majors are encouraged to meet with entrepreneurial advisors to fit the minor to their career interests.
The minor in Entrepreneurship (reference number 355) requires 21 hours in required and elective courses.
The 12 hours of required core classes are:
Nine hours of electives may be chosen from the following courses or other courses approved with the consent of the department head:
For business majors, six hours in the entrepreneurship minor must be unduplicated from courses counted in the business major.
For additional information, contact The Center for Entrepreneurship.