Minor in Entrepreneurship

18 Credit Hours

The Minor in Entrepreneurship enables students across the curriculum to prepare themselves to be founders, owners, and managers of new, small, and family-based businesses. The program of study explores the mind of the entrepreneur as well as develops the knowledge and skills needed to have a reasonable prospect of success as an entrepreneur. Completion of the program requires experience-based learning through an internship.

All courses are three credit-hour courses:

Course Title
BA 112 Mind of the Entrepreneur
BA 303 Legal Environment of Business
BA 325 Accounting and Financing for Entrepreneurs or BA 330 Introduction to Finance
BA 360 Introduction to Marketing
BA 393 Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship
BA 498 Business Internship