Program overview

Develop the skills and know-how you need to become an independent, innovative and informed entrepreneur. The minor emphasizes practical experience and holistic thinking, encourages you to develop your own business concepts and enhances analytical skills through experiential classes.

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Minor requirements

Our 18-credit minor will allow you to learn to identify and understand different types of start-up ventures, how to build and present business concepts and how to evaluate sources of financing for start-ups and other ventures.


Entrepreneurship (Minor)

Hee Young Kim

Associate Professor, Department Chair

Department of Management

Sweigart Hall

kimmgt [at]


Academic Focus: Human Resource Management, Management

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