Entrepreneurship

  • Department Information

    Entrepreneurship

    Faculty from all departments in the Robins School of Business provide instruction in this area.

    Available to any undergraduate student other than those majoring in business, accounting, or economics, or minoring in business. This minor is specifically designed to provide non-business school students with knowledge and training that will allow them to practice their (non-business) major studies within start-up and small business environments. Entrepreneurship, innovation and design are inherently multi-discipline topics and so complement many other courses of study. Therefore, the program integrates business foundations with entrepreneurship and innovation skills. Thus, our goal is that students who pursue this minor will learn how to integrate their primary areas of study with knowledge from the courses embodied in this program to broaden their thinking, and enhance their creativity and problem solving skills.

  • Minor

    The Entrepreneurship Minor

    Fundamental business knowledge (three units):

    ACCT 201 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting

    ECON 101 Principles of Microeconomics

    MKT 320 Principles of Marketing

    Entrepreneurship and Innovation (three units):

    MGMT 247 Introduction to Entrepreneurship

    MGMT 351 Managing Innovation

    MGMT 352 New Venture Creation

    Note: MKT 320 and MGMT 247 prerequisites BUAD 202 and ECON 102 will be waived for students pursuing the entrepreneurship minor.

    Information about the Management Entrepreneurship Concentration.