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Why Minor in Entrepreneurship?

Whether you’re studying business, technology, human services, education, media, arts or communication, the 15-credit Entrepreneurship minor provides a roadmap for how to start and plan a potential business or nonprofit.

You’ll develop key entrepreneurial skills through individual projects, business plans and models, and by learning to conduct customer research and analyze case studies, you’ll gain insight into what it takes to create and maintain a successful business. The Entrepreneurship minor is especially geared to students interested in social entrepreneurism and using the power of business to build a better world.

  • Create viable plans for businesses that are economically and socially sustainable.
  • Identify new opportunities for products, services and processes that provide value to investors.
  • Use qualitative and quantitative data to generate new ideas and measure success.
  • Address problems from multiple angles and with multiple solutions.
  • Develop creative, innovative entrepreneurial solutions that create positive change and benefit to customers and the planet.

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