Entrepreneurship Minor

A minor in Entrepreneurship helps students highlight to employers that they have real-world skills and are ready to succeed in any career. The minor will allow students to gain the knowledge and skills to create a startup business model, manage a small business and pitch their own business plan. Students will have the opportunity to develop leadership skills, while also learning what it takes to be an entrepreneur.

Admission Criteria:
● Not available to students in any concentration in the Business Administration major

Program Requirements

Required Courses
ENTR 201The Entrepreneurial Mindset and Innovation3
ENTR 301Creating Your Startup Business Model3
ENTR 302Preparing to Pitch and Launch Your Startup3
ENTR 320Marketing for Entrepreneurs3
or MKTG 300 Integrated Core: Marketing
Select one of the following:3-6
Entrepreneurial Accounting and Finance
Fundamentals of Accounting
and Integrated Core: Finance
Select one of the following: 13
Introduction to Innovation and 3D Printing
Special Topics in Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship Cooperative Education
Advanced Innovation and Digitally Mediated Making
Applied Digital Innovation Design, and Lean Fabrication
Independent Study in Entrepreneurship
Small Business Management
Total Credits18-21

 Or another course with prior approval of the Feliciano Center for Entrepreneurship