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Minor in Entrepreneurship


Maquoba Shabangu, left, and Alphonce Chitate, right, the first graduates with a minor in Entrepreneurship, with CFE Director Marty Cayton.
Entrepreneurs shape the American economy and social landscape with products, services and innovations that change the way we live. The Minor in Entrepreneurship is designed for students who have the creativity and vision to see tomorrow's needs today. Students in Entrepreneurship will will hone their creativity and gain the skills and abilities necessary to successfully launch new initiatives. The course of study focuses on the financial and operational needs of start-ups and new ventures, including: business plan development, initial product marketing, management decisions and operations, strategy, and capital management and financing.

The Minor in Entrepreneurship can be combined with any Methodist University major and is an excellent choice for students who wish to own or operate a small business.


Required Courses

(18 total semester hours)

ACC 2510: Principles of Financial Accounting

MKT 2510: Principles of Marketing

BUS 3000: Personal Finance

BUS 3010: Entrepreneurship

BUS 3430: Management and Organization

BUS 4650: New Venture Capital

See your academic advisor to enroll in the Minor In Entrepreneurship.