Entrepreneurial Studies Minor
With an Entrepreneurial Studies Minor, students will have a stronger foundation for a career in a variety of businesses large or small. A minor in entrepreneurial studies allows the student to study both the theory and process of entrepreneurship. Coursework focuses on key business skills particular to both large and small ventures. The online course offerings make it ideal for nontraditional students and working professionals.
Course Requirements (18 hours)
- BUSA 201, Survey of Economics
- BUSA 202, Survey of Accounting
- BUSA 310, Survey of Business Law
- ENTR 300, Creativity and Idea Generation
- ENTR 340, Survey of Entrepreneurship (PR: ACCT 201 or BUSA 202)
- ENTR 380, Survey of Business Planning (PR: ENTR 340)
*A minimum grade of C is required in each course counting toward the minor.
**ACCT 201 may substitute for BUSA 202.
***ECON 201 and ECON 202 may substitute for BUSA 201.
****The minors in Business Administration and Entrepreneurial Studies are mutually exclusive. A student is permitted to complete only one of the two minors.
How to Declare a Minor
Meet with your academic advisor to discuss how the minor fits into your program.