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Entrepreneurship Minor

The Entrepreneurship minor (15 credits) is designed to give students the greatest chance of success in developing a real business opportunity by teaching the foundational skills needed to create and operate a business. A summit course, taken after all core courses have been completed, provides an integrative hands-on experience with real world challenges in entrepreneurship.

Courses

BUS 210 — Financial and Managerial Accounting
BUS 371 — Introduction to Marketing
ECON 211 — Principles of Economics
ECON 423 — Economic Analysis of Capital Investments
BUS 469 — Summit Course