Entrepreneurship Minor

Open to all undergraduate students, the Entrepreneurship minor offers students the opportunity to leverage their unique talents, passions, and fields of study while developing the entrepreneurial skills and tools needed to achieve their start-up goals. This field of study will equip students with the necessary proficiencies and experience to translate their big ideas into real impact, across sectors. A minor in Entrepreneurship can augment all disciplines, expand career opportunities, and enhance professional development. 

MGT-356Entrepreneurial Marketing3
MGT-362Entrepreneurship Finance and Accounting3
MGT-435New Venture Development3
Select 6 credits of elective courses:6
Adobe Indesign
Digital Drawing: Art & Business
Interactive Media Art
Adobe Photoshop
Digital Animation
Web Design
Introduction to Digital Art & Design
Introduction to App Design
Introduction to Web Design
Introduction to Graphic Design
Graphic Design for Print
Interaction Design
Curatorial Practice and the Gallery Experience
Human Biology: Physiology and Health
Humans and their Environment
Disruptive Technology, Innovation and National Security
Hydroponics Practicum
Financial Accounting
Managerial Accounting
Federal Income Taxes I
Introductory Macroeconomics
Introductory Microeconomics
Economic Growth and Development
Risk Management
Design Thinking
Building your Career Brand
Social Venture in Business
Retail Planning and Buying
Non-Profit Organizations-Mission, Action, Impact
Principles of Business Management
Business Analytics
Sponsorships and Fundraising
Business Communications
Project Management
Management of Human Resources
Ethics for Business
Revenue Management
Service Quality and Customer Experience
Popular Culture
Global Capital
Curatorial Practice and the Gallery Experience
Introduction to Public Relations
Case Studies in Public Relations
Social Media Strategies
Advertising and Consumer Culture
Introduction to Data Science and Analytics
Data Analysis and Visualization
Quantitative Methods for Business
Intercultural Communication
Dance in Society: Aesthetics and Cultural Contexts
Public Speaking
International Environment and Development
Political Economy of Industrial Societies
Social Psychology
Organizational Behavior
Technohuman? Technology, Genetics, God and the Future of Humanity
Grant Writing
Social Problems: Analysis by Race, Class and Gender
Human Behavior and Diversity I
Human Behavior and Diversity II
Total Credits18