This minor creates an opportunity for undergraduate students to develop essential skills in entrepreneurial thinking and new venture creation. This minor is not available to Management majors.
To receive this minor, a student must complete four (4) three credit, 2000-level or above courses with entrepreneurship content. As part of the four courses required for the Entrepreneurship minor, at least two must be from the following list of MENT or BADM core entrepreneurship courses offered by the Management Department:
- BADM/MENT 2234;
- BADM/MENT 3234;
- BADM/MENT 3235
- BADM/MENT 3741
- BADM/MENT 3742
- BADM/MENT 4741
- BADM/MENT 4742
- BADM/MENT 4895 when offered as Intro to Venture Capital or Student Managed Venture Fund
Students must complete two more three-credit 3000-level or above courses with entrepreneurship content approved by the Management Department. These courses can be any of the core courses listed above, if not already counted toward a core requirement, or Management department-approved courses with entrepreneurship content from a list. For more information, contact the Undergraduate Programs Office, School of Business, Room 248, firstname.lastname@example.org, phone (860) 486-2315, or the Management Department, School of Business, room 336, email@example.com, phone (860) 486-3638.
Courses towards the minor may not be simultaneously used towards another minor, and only one class used to satisfy this minor may be simultaneously used towards the student’s major requirements.
Credits from department approved internships focused on entrepreneurship may be used to satisfy the two additional three-credit, 3000/4000-level courses for the minor.
Refer to the School of Business section of this catalog for restrictions on Business minors and limits on the number of Business courses available to non-Business students. Access to courses for this minor is on a space available basis, and the School of Business cannot guarantee completion of this minor.
The minor is offered by the School of Business. For more information, contact the Management Department, School of Business, phone (860) 486-3638.