The Dennis L. Heyde Entrepreneur Program offers a 43-credit Entrepreneurship Minor with which you can gain a general understanding of entrepreneurship to complement your major. As an Entrepreneurship minor, you will be introduced to the entrepreneur process, idea refinement, and marketing research in a context that enables you to apply what you learn to your major.
Forty-three semester credits, including the BUSCORE (31 credits), plus 12 additional credits as described below:
Required Courses (9 credits)
Electives (3 credits) Select one:
NOTE 1: Students selecting this minor must satisfy College of Business admission requirements prior to enrollment in 300/400 level courses in the College of Business.
NOTE 2: If your major is in the College of Business, a minimum of 12 credits in each program must be unique to the program (not overlap the companion programs) and ECON 103 and 104 may not be counted toward these unique credits.