The Entrepreneurship minor allows students from any major to learn the tools for inventing their own career and operating a new business. You will be equipped to solve business problems, think outside the box, initiate risks, accept failure as part of the growth process, and appreciate the correlation between hard work and success.
Entrepreneurship courses will guide you through the best theoretical and empirical practices for starting profit or nonprofit companies and growing them to be successful. You will build comprehensible business plans for investors or contributors and incorporate strategies into business models that mirror successful entrepreneur campaigns. Our hands-on professors will help you negotiate with partners and investors and expand your network of connections for building a successful business.
Students interested in course descriptions and academic policies can check out our Undergraduate Catalog here.