Entrepreneurship (Minor: Business Students Only)

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Students in the Driehaus College of Business who minor in Entrepreneurship will build the skill set to prepare for careers as entrepreneurs, and leaders/managers of small and medium-sized enterprises that seek talent adept at design thinking, creative problem-solving, working in teams across systems, and innovating from within organizations to impact business, communities and society.  

Course Requirements

In addition to MGT 300, MGT 301, and ICS 394, a Driehaus student minoring in Entrepreneurship is required to complete the following courses totaling at least 16.0 hours:

Course Title Quarter Hours
Select two courses from the following:8
INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP
BUSINESS PLAN DEVELOPMENT
CREATIVITY & ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Select from above or the following:8
MANAGING PROJECTS AND TEAMS
SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT
LEADERSHIP
ENTREPRENEURSHIP LAW
ENTREPRENEURSHIP PRACTICUM
WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS
INNOVATION & TECHNOLOGY
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
GLOBAL IPOs & VENTURE CAPITAL
SPECIAL TOPICS IN HOSPITALITY (Restaurant Entrepreneurship Only)
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SEMINAR (when related to Entrepreneurship)

Business Capstone Requirement

Driehaus student minoring in Entrepreneurship must complete ICS 394 in the Business Core unless majoring in Hospitality Leadership.  Hospitality Leadership majors must complete ICS 396 in place of ICS 394.

Graduation Requirement

All Management (MGT) courses and any other courses used toward the Entrepreneurship minor must be completed with a minimum grade of C- and with a combined GPA of 2.000 or higher.