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Please note: Students pursuing a B.B.A. do not have the option of completing a minor.

The Entrepreneurship minor gives the non-business student a broad-based background in the area of small business. Nonbusiness students wishing to gain an understanding of small business operations or of applying the skills gained through other majors in their own self-venturing would be well served with this minor. 

Required Courses for a Entrepreneurship minor

ACCT 2301
Principles of Financial Accounting
ACCT 2302
Principles of Managerial Accounting
ECON 2301
Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 2302
Principles of Microeconomics
MRKT 3304
Small Business Marketing
MNGT 3318
Small Business Management
MNGT 4330
Entrepreneurial Leadership
21 Credits

   Students pursuing an Entrepreneurial minor must meet all prerequisites of courses including in the minor. See the course descriptions in the major area to ascertain the prerequisites for each course. 

Economics majors pursuing a Entrepreneurship minor must take at least 6 additional credit hours of approved upper division business electives due to overlapping courses between their major and a Entrepreneurship minor.

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