Both the minor and certificate in Entrepreneurship are designed to provide a broad-based understanding of the entrepreneurial process and the unique problems and challenges faced by new ventures. In recognition of the broad spectrum of start-up concepts, these programs, while housed in the Williamson College of Business Administration, are open to students of all disciplines.
The certificate and minor are designed to serve students who are interested in starting their own company. Innovation, creativity, and opportunity recognition are critical skills necessary for anyone entering the marketplace. Learning these entrepreneurial skills will prepare one for the diverse and ever-changing opportunities that exist throughout the world of business.
|BUS 1500||Exploring Business||3|
|ENT 3700||Entrepreneurship New Venture Creation||3|
|ENT 3750||Entrepreneurship-Small Business Financial Management||3|
|ENT 4800||Entrepreneurship-Business Plan Development||3|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Field Studies in Entrepreneurship|
|Legal Environment of Business 1|
|Marketing Concepts and Practice|
|Fundamentals of Management|
|Total Semester Hours||18|
Students interested in declaring a minor in Entrepreneurship need to complete an Intra University Transfer Request form with their academic advisor. Student must meet course pr-requisites to enroll in WCBA courses, including a minimum 2.5 overall GPA for upper level business courses. WCBA courses must be completed with the grade of a "C" or higher and cannot be taken credit/no credit.