Entrepreneurship as a Business Owner

A minor in entrepreneurship is offered to those who are non-business students who want to learn the fundamental principles to launch and own their own business.

An entrepreneurship minor is for you if you want to:

  • Own a business
  • Take ownership of projects within an organization
  • Be a self-employed free agent

Key skills

  • Recognize opportunities
  • Assess risk
  • Marshal resources

Entrepreneurship Minor Course List

Required courses

  • MK200 Principles of Marketing
  • ET230 Financial Decision Making OR ac230 Introduction to Financial Statements
  • ET235 Customer Discovery
  • ET260 Designing Your Life
  • ET340 Foundations of Entrepreneurship

Choose (6) credits of Entrepreneurship Application

  • ET380 Art of Entrepreneurship
  • ET382 Entrepreneurship Practicum
  • ET383 Innovation Lab
  • ET400 Small Business Consulting
  • Other approved 300/400 electives

Choose (3) credits of Student-Run Venture Experiences*

* See Bulletin for list of approved Student-Run Ventures.