»Entrepreneurship Minor

Do you see yourself as an innovator, leader and value creator? Are you interested in starting your own business or working
with exciting start-up companies?

This minor seeks to accomplish this through academic courses blending the best of business theory with exposure to the best of business practice. As globalization and technological advancement lead to increasing complexity in business affairs, the Argyros School of Business and Economics strives to meet the educational needs of the next generation of business leaders.

2014/2015 Catalog

Required Courses

Course Description

Credits

BUS 100 Introduction to Business

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3

BUS 110 Accounting and Finance for non-majors

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3

MKTG 305 Fundamentals of Marketing for non-majors

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3

MGMT 365 Introduction to Entrepreneurship

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3

Electives - three of the following classes (9 credits)

ECON 314 United States Business and Entrepreneurial History

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3

MGMT 369* Launching a New Venture -  Real World Entrepreneurial Experience

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3

MGMT 379* From Idea to Business - Student Incubator

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3

MKTG 408 New Product Development

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3

MGMT 495 Special Topics in Entrepreneurship

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3

Total Credits

21

* Students may apply either MGMT 369 or MGMT 379 to the minor, but not both.

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