Entrepreneurship (Minor)

Program Goals

The Entrepreneurship minor infuses entrepreneurship across the Business and Entrepreneurial Studies curriculum, building on key elements in business, including development and formation of business enterprise, forming strategic alliances with entrepreneurs, and identifying market opportunities that prepare students for successful business start- up.  The curriculum consists of the following courses and credits:

 

Course

ETP 320 - Entrepreneurship:  Launching New Ventures  - 3 credits

ETP 330 - Entrepreneurial Finance - 3 credits

ETP 340 - Intellectual Property Law  - 3 credits

ETP 400 - Enterprise Innovation and Production Marketing - 3 credits

INF 349 - E-Commerce/E-Business Technology - 3 credits

ETP 401 - Entrepreneurship Seminar - 3 credits

ETP 401(Lab) - Entrepreneurship Lab - 1 credit

 

A students' completion of 19 credits completes the minor.