Students who have an interest in becoming entrepreneurs or participating in the launch of a new product or service can minor in entrepreneurship by taking 18 semester hours of courses from the management, marketing, and finance departments. The course's aim is to help students to develop the research skills to identify entrepreneurial opportunities for small business startups, to develop the ability to integrate knowledge from the various business disciplines as they apply to small business management, to develop an understanding of financial decision making as it applies to entrepreneurship ventures, and to develop the ability to critically analyze competitive strategy. The entrepreneurship minor includes the following courses:

FIN 301PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE3
MGT 301MANAGING ORGANIZATIONS3
MGT 405NEW VENTURE STRATEGIES3
MKT 301PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING3
MKT 414MARKETING EMERGING TECH3
MKT 465NEW VENTURES CHALLENGE3
Total Semester Hours18