The Entrepreneurship minor is designed for students in any major who are interested in developing their ideas either by starting their own business or working within a company. All that is required is an entrepreneurial spirit.

The 24-credit minor includes non-business and business tracks and allows students elective choices to pursue their entrepreneurial interest. The minor has a strong experiential component—50% of the curriculum can be described as “active learning.”

Other entrepreneurship education opportunities beyond the curriculum minor include:

  • Pioneer Launch Lab
  • Elevator Pitch and Business Model competition
  • Networking events

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Course Title Credits
Required Courses
ENTRP 1020Introduction to Entreprenuership3
ENTRP 2010Social Context of Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship 13
ENTRP 3050New Venture Planning: Social, Commercial, Scientific and Artistic Ventures3
ENTRP 3060New Venture Operations3
ENTRP 4070Entrepreneurship Field Experience 23
Pre-approved Elective Course(s)
BUSADMIN 3230Small Business Management3
Plus: Choose One of Two Tracks6-9
(A) Business Track
Leadership and Management
Introduction to Agribusiness
Introduction to Marketing
Agricultural Marketing
Financial Accounting
(B) Non Business Track
Accounting & Finance for Entreprenuers
Marketing & Management for Entreprenuers
Total Credits24-27