The Innovation and Entrepreneurship Minor is available to all majors.
The program seeks to enhance students’ business skills, including ideation, product development, business model generation, financial management, risk-management, marketing, sales, and team building.
Furthermore, the program encourages students to continue learning and staying updated with emerging trends and practices in entrepreneurship, fostering a mindset of continuous improvement and adaptation.
To complete an Innovation and Entrepreneurship Minor, students must take fifteen credits. A minimum GPA of 2.0 in Innovation and Entrepreneurship Minor courses is required for successful completion of the minor.
The program is designed to develop competency to:
Required 15 credits from the following:
Global Social Entrepreneurship
Finance for New Ventures
Marketing research for Entrepreneurs
Sales for New Ventures
Independent Study for Entrepreneurship
Note: Non-Business major students are required to take BUSN 479 – Practical Entrepreneur, and 4 courses from the above list.