The internet entrepreneurship minor is open to all non-entrepreneurship majors. This minor encourages students to explore concepts and develop skills that prepare them for the digital world. Students take 21 credits from a variety of courses focused on using the web as an entrepreneurial tool.
Students should refer to the College Bulletin or the minor course requirements for complete information regarding minors.
The social innovation minor is designed to deepen your understanding of innovative social impact models and blended value enterprises. The minor is open to students in the entrepreneurship major. Students in this minor take courses in sociology and social work as well as in social entrepreneurship.
The social enterprise minor is open to students studying management, marketing, or international business and are on track to have a strong foundation of business courses. This minor provides the opportunity to explore topics in social entrepreneurship and deepen their understanding of social problems and their causes.
The social entrepreneurship minor is designed for sociology majors who wish to add a business and entrepreneurship focus to their undergraduate experience. In this minor, students take courses in entrepreneurship, accounting, and business.