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Minor in Entrepreneurship

The Minor in Entrepreneurship is designed to provide added knowledge, skills, and market value for non-business students (e.g. computer science, biology, art, etc.) and existing business students (e.g. students with concentrations in management, etc.). By learning concepts such as opportunity recognition, new venture strategy, creative problem solving, and entrepreneurial leadership, students will possess the added capability to launch a new business or contribute to new business development in existing organizations.

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Minor in Entrepreneurship Program

Minor In Entrepreneurship - 24 units

Required Courses

  1. ENTR 442 Small Business Management (4 units - offered all quarters including summer)
  2. ENTR 543 New Venture Opportunity Analysis (4 units - offered all quarters except summer)
  3. ENTR 544 New Venture Development (4 units - offered all quarters except summer)
  4. ENTR 545 New Venture Resource Requirements (4 units - offered all quarters except summer)

Electives – eight (8) units chosen from:

Required Reflective Essay:

  1. ENTR 598 Baccalaureate Reflective Essay (0 units)