This minor is available to help prepare non-Business Management majors for developing their own business.
|Minor Requirements (24-28 credits)|
|MGT-101||Introduction to Management (grade of C or higher is required)||4|
|Select one of the following:||4-8|
|Accounting for Sustainable Business|
and Managerial Accounting
|MGT-308||Small Business Entrepreneurship||4|
|Select two of the following:||8|
|Graphic Design Process|
|Global Environmental Change|
|Media Writing Fundamentals|
|Organizational Theory & Behavior|
|Human Resources Management|
|Principles of Marketing|
|Advertising and Promotion|
|Competitive Manufacturing Management|
|Business and Society|
Upon completion of the Entrepreneurship Minor students will:
- Study via project based learning how to design and development products and services. By its very nature entrepreneurship is a multi-faceted field. Therefore, multiple perspectives and methods will undergird the teaching and learning about entrepreneurship. These include a triple bottom line perspective which encourages respect and attention for economic development at the community level.
- Understand life cycle analysis and the dynamics of product/service evolution over time.
- Develop a product or service outlined in a detailed business plan created individually or in teams.
- Learn and be encouraged to consider B-corporations that include positive impacts on society, workers, the community, as well as employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs) in which business owners and employees own shares in the company. The list of electives enables the student to enrich their expertise in many areas from conceptualization stage via an art/drawing to critical aspects of marketing, negotiations, as well as the larger implications for society.