Effective Winter 2015Exclusions:
A minor in Entrepreneurship in not open to those electing the Program in Entrepreneurship supplemental studies.
None. Students must be of sophomore standing or above to declare.
A minimum of 15 credits of courses
- ES 212: Entrepreneurial Business Basics
UC 270: University Courses Special Topics, section titled “Entrepreneurial Business Basics”
- PSYCH 218: Sophomore Seminar in Psychology as a Social Science, section titled “ Entrepreneurial Creativity”;
ALA 261: Social Science Topics in ALA, section titled “ Entrepreneurial Creativity”;
UC 270: University Courses Special Topics, section titled "Entrepreneurial Creativity";
ALA/PSYCH 223: Entrepreneurial Creativity
- ES 212: Entrepreneurial Business Basics
- Electives: minimum 3 credits selected from an approved list (see below).
Electives present students with an opportunity to explore disciplinary areas in more academic depth related to their entrepreneurial interest.
- Practicum Experience. The third and final part of the requirement for a Minor in Entrepreneurship is a minimum of 6 credits of an immersive, experiential learning opportunity. Key to this practical experience is a strong focus on:
- the identification and opportunity recognition and also
- implementation and execution of the idea for a relatively large external audience.
- ALA 256: Innovator's Toolkit
- ALA 270: Applied Liberal Arts Topics, section titled "Innovator's Toolkit"
- ARTSADMN 406: Special Topics, section titled "Starting Music Businesses"
- ARTSADMN 475: Music Industry Workshop: Starting Music Businesses
- ARTSADMN 575: Music Industry Workshop: Starting Music Businesses
- ENTR 411: Entrepreneurship Practicum
- ENTR 412: Advanced Entrepreneurship Practicum
- ENTR 490: Special Topics in Entrepreneurship, sections titled "Urban Entrepreneurship" or "Entrepreneurial Leadership"
- ES 414: Entrepreneurship Practicum
- FIN 329: Financing Research Commercialization
- SI 360: Succeeding at Failing: The Art of Entrepreneurship in the Information Age
- ARCH 409: Special Topics in Architecture, section titled "Designing Practices"
- ARTDES 194: Build Design Prototype
- ARTDES 195: Working with Wood
- ARTDES 196: Working with Metal
- ARTDES 241: Intro to Product Design
- ARTDES 314: Change by Design
- BA 201 / ENTR 390: Business Entrepreneurship in Thought & Action
- BCOM 329: Social Media and the Changing Nature of Business Communications
- ECON 490: Topics in Microeconomics, section titled "Economics of Entrepreneurship"
- EECS 441: Mobile App Development for Entrepreneurs
- EECS / ENGR 410: Patent Fundamentals for Engineers
- ENGR 520: Entrepreneurial Business Fundamentals
- ENGR 521: CleanTech Entrepreneurship
- ENGR / CHE 405: Problem Solving, Troubleshooting, Entrepreneurship, lntrapreneurship, and Making the Transition to the Workplace
- ENGR / EECS 406: High Tech Entrepreneurship
- ENTR 390: Leading Innovation Through Social Entrepreneurship
- ENTR 407: Entrepreneurship Hour
- ENTR 408: Patent Law
- ENTR 409: Venture Business Development
- ENTR 410: Finding Your Venture
- ENTR 413: Entrepreneurial Marketing
- ENTR 417: Entrepreneurship Hour Discussion Section
- ENTR 490.004/.005: Design Prototyping
- ENTR 490.006/.007: Working With Wood
- ENTR 490.008/.009: Working With Metal
- ENTR 490: Special Topics in Entrepreneurship, section titled Urban Entrepreneurship (only through FA17)
- ES 250: Introduction to Entrepreneurship
- ES 395: Entrepreneurship Management
- ES 427: Family Business
- ES 444: Introduction to Microfinance
- ES 569 / 451: Managing the Growth of New Ventures
- IOE 422: Entrepreneurship
- MECHENG 455: Analytical Product Design
- MECHENG 499: Front-End Design
- MKT 310: Fundamentals of Sales Management
- MKT 322: Digital Marketing
- MKT / ES 425: New Product and Innovation Management
- MO 455: Foundations of Positive Organizational Scholarship
- MO 463: Creativity at Work
- ORGSTUDY 201: Leadership and Collaboration
- ORGSTUDY 202: Practicum in Leadership and Collaboration
- ORGSTUDY 405: nEGOTIATIONS
- PSYCH 443: Creativity
- PSYCH 388: Negotiations
- PSYCH 487: Current Topics in Social Psychology, section titled "Startups and Upstarts: Psychology of Entrepreneurship and lntrapreneurship"
- RCARTS 287: Printmaking
- SW 305: Theories and Practice for Community Action and Social Change
- THTREMUS 324: Global Community Practicum
- THTREMUS 385: Performing Arts Management
- THTREMUS 245: Introduction to Stage Management
- UARTS 250: Creative Process
- WGS 350 (WOMENSTD 350): Nonprofit Management, Community Engagement, and Feminist Practice
- WGS 443 (WOMENSTD 443) / AAS 443: Pedagogy of Empowerment: Activism in Race, Gender and Health