Minor Requirements: Graduating in or before 2014

 

The minor consists of at least 16 credit hours: ECO 1 plus at least 12 credit hours of ENTP and capstone courses.

Required courses:

  • ECO 1 Principles of Economics (4 credits)
  • ENTP 101: Entrepreneurship I (3)
  • ENTP 201: Entrepreneurship & Enterprise (3)

Plus, at least 3 additional credit hours in other ENTP courses, or alternatives approved by the minor director in consultation with the student.

Plus at least one experiential Capstone course (minimum 3 credit hours) from the following list, or alternatives approved by the minor director.

  • ENTP 311: The Garage: Launching Entrepreneurial Ventures I (3)
  • ENTP 312: The Garage: Launching Entrepreneurial Ventures II (3)
  • ENTP 307/IR307: International Social Entrepreneurship Practicum (4)
  • ENTP 310/POLS310: Social Entrepreneurship: How to Change the World (4)
  • IBE 395: Capstone Projects I (3)
  • IBE 396: Capstone Projects II (3)
  • MGT 311: LUMAC Management Assistance Counseling (3)
  • CSB 312: Design of Integrated Business Applications I (3)
  • CSB 313: Design of Integrated Business Applications II (3)
  • BUS 211/ENGR 211: Integrated Product Development I (3)
  • BUS 212/ENGR 212: Integrated Product Development II (2)
  • Or other independent experiential project approved by the minor director.

Students must complete the minor with an average GPA of at least 2.0 in those courses to qualify

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