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Minimum Minor Hours: 16
The purpose of the entrepreneurship minor’s top-ranked and highly experiential entrepreneurship curriculum is to teach you the foundational entrepreneurship and innovation skills necessary to create valuable solutions to pressing problems within any organizational setting, whether as a startup founder or in any profession.
Core entrepreneurship courses include: application and theory of leadership, discovery of market opportunities, creation of new business opportunities, testing and validation of business models and venture concepts, intrapreneurship, and marketing.
You will participate in highly experiential programs and activities offered by the Lassonde Institute at the Lassonde Studios, which is one of the most innovative entrepreneurship spaces in the world.
Students wishing to apply to the Entrepreneurship Minor must have upper division status in the School of Business and submit an Application for Minor Status in Entrepreneurship.
- Five defined major sequence courses and one entrepreneurship elective.