(18 semester hours)
Open to all majors, this interdisciplinary minor provides exposure to principles and concepts of entrepreneurship applied to new venture start-up, small business growth, and corporate innovation. This program complements majors in the business school and other divisions; it supports the application of entrepreneurial concepts and approaches to your major.
Objectives include the following:
- Recognizing and developing entrepreneurial potential
- Developing an understanding of entrepreneurship as a manageable process
- Using tools, frameworks, concepts, and perspectives that are helpful in recognizing how entrepreneurship works
- Appreciating the role that entrepreneurial attitudes and behaviors can play in personal and professional lives and in society at large
A minimum 2.0 g.p.a. is required for all courses in this minor. Courses must be taken for a grade (not credit/no-credit). For non-business majors, this minor satisfies the Thematic Sequence requirement of the Global Miami Plan. Students planning to take this minor should contact the Center below as soon as possible.
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