Have you ever thought about using your artistic, creative, or scientific knowledge to start your own company or work in an innovative company? If so, you might want to think about adding an Entrepreneurship minor to your non-business major. This 21-25 hour program can help you hone the entrepreneurial and innovative thinking skills you'll need to start your own business, work in a small or start-up company or go to work for a large, innovative company after graduation. Entrepreneurial thinking merged with artistic or scientific knowledge makes a valuable combination in all these situations.
If you need further information about this minor, please contact Dr. Franz Lohrke.
Entrepreneurship Minor Course Requirements