The entrepreneurship major and minor focuses on the skills necessary to start a business, grow a business, or enhance creativity and innovation in a corporate environment. These skills are necessary in today’s competitive business world.

The Entrepreneurship Major and Minor is cross-disciplinary with 40 courses in 20 departments/programs across campus in 10 areas:

  • Creative Industries
  • Education
  • Family Business
  • Franchising
  • Healthcare Entrepreneurship
  • International Entrepreneurship
  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • Science
  • Technology & Innovation Entrepreneurship
  • Sports Entrepreneurship

The minor has both a non-business and business track (15 credit hours). The new Jefferson Suites features an Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Living Learning Community with an incubator on the dedicated floor for these students.

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