The Entrepreneurship minor teaches you how to develop a business plan and think through issues from legal to marketing. You can propose entrepreneurial projects in your major classes that can count (no more than 9 hours) towards the minor.
Why Study Entrepreneurship?
If you are interested in developing a business, whether it be in the arts, chemistry, computer science, product development, food service, or any business at all, you should consider this minor as a training ground for learning how to start a business.
Applications are always available.
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