Minor Area of Specialization in Entrepreneurship for Business Students (People & Society)

This minor in Entrepreneurship is intended to acquaint business students with the essential business tools and perspective of the entrepreneur.  Eligible business students must have a declared business major other than Entrepreneurship.

The requirements of the 15 credit hour minor in Entrepreneurship are the following:

Required Courses 1
MGT 253Introduction to Entrepreneurship3
MGT 354Growing the New Venture3
MGT 455Entrepreneurial Consulting3
MKT 385Marketing for Entrepreneurs (pre-requisite MKT 201 or MKT 301)3
Choice Course for the Minor 1
Select one course (3 credit hours) from the following:3
Negotiation
Negotiation Strategies
Intellectual Property Law
Law Of Entrepreneurship
Introduction to Programming
Object-Oriented Programming
Launching HighTechnology Ventures
Mobile Apps Development
Investment and Security Markets
Financial Institutions and Markets
Business and Security Valuation
Nature and Foundations of Entrepreneurship
International Business
Entrepreneurship Simulation Experience: Inside the Mind of the Entrepreneurial CEO
Effective Leadership
Supply Chain Modeling and Analysis
Supply Chain Strategy
Special Topics in Management (Families in Business; Innovators for the Americas; or Social Entrepreneurship)
Marketing Research and Market Analysis
Consumer Behavior and Marketing Strategy
Retailing
Professional Selling
New Product Development
Digital Marketing
Health Care Marketing
Understanding Media Metrics In The Digital World
Total Credit Hours15
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All courses must be taken within the current pre-requisite structure. 

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No one course may be applied toward more than one major or minor area of specialization.  

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All specific coursework taken for any minor in the Department of Management must be completed with a grade of “C” or higher.  A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 is required for all specific coursework taken in the minor area of specialization.