Entrepreneuership Minor

The purpose of the minor in entrepreneurship is to provide students, regardless of major, with the knowledge and skills needed to start and grow new ventures. Thus, the minor is designed within their liberal arts foundation and as a complement to the student’s major area of study.

The program consists of six courses; each course worth three credit hours. Students must make application with the Co-Chair of the Professional Studies Division. Courses completed for the minor may not count toward a particular major or other minor.

Requirements for an Entrepreneurship Minor
Core Requirements
ENTR 3301 Introduction to Entrepreneurship
ENTR 3302 New Venture Creation
ENTR 4304 Entrepreneurial Marketing and Management
ENTR 4305Finalizing the Business Plan
Must take two electives from the following:
BA 1300Business, Entrepreneurship and Consultancy
BA 3355Organizational Behavior
BA 2361Principles of Marketing
BA 4358Business Ethics and Social Responsibility
ENTR 3303 Entrepreneurship by the Numbers
ENTR 4306 Issues in Entrepreneurship

Dr. Leslie Korb
Program Coordinator
Office: 270-852-3193