Minor in Entrepreneurship

The Entrepreneurship Minor provides you with the knowledge to transform your entrepreneurial ideas into reality, whether you are considering starting your own business, growing an existing business, or driving change in a larger organization. You will develop skills essential to creating a business, including how to recognize opportunities, create strategic business plans, acquire and manage resources, and grow the business.

Students who wish to minor in entrepreneurship must complete the following requirements. All courses must be completed with a minimum grade of C.  

Complete the following courses in sequence (12 credits):
BA A166Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management3
BA A286Entrepreneurship and Innovation3
BA A386The Startup Venture3
BA A489From Startup to Growth3
Complete 6 credits from the following (or other courses approved by advisor):6
Principles of Managerial Accounting
Business Law I
Survey of Finance
Organizational Theory and Behavior
Corporate Finance
Principles of Marketing
Globalization and Business Environment
Marketing Management
Negotiation and Conflict Management
Marketing Media Analytics
Design of Civil Engineering Systems
Software Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering Capstone Project
Design of Electrical Engineering Systems
Economic Analysis and Operations
Geomatics Capstone Project
Foundations of Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Design of Mechanical Engineering Systems

A total of 18 credits is required for this minor, at least 6 of which must be 300-level or above.