See it, solve it!
The entrepreneurial leadership minor is designed to provide students from all majors with the knowledge and experience to develop and implement innovative solutions to the problems they see in the world around them. Whether it is an innovative product or service, a social venture or a non-profit, students in this minor will develop the tools necessary to recognize an opportunity, develop a viable solution and begin implementation.
|Department||Course Number||Credits||Course Title|
|BUS||155||3||Creativity and Innovation|
|BUS||225||3||Introduction to Entrepreneurial Leadership|
|BUS||325||3||New Venture Creation|
Select one course from:
Select courses from the following for a total of six credits:
18 credits are required for this minor.
BUS 155: Creativity and Innovation
This course uses fun and hands-on activities to stimulate creativity and innovation. Students come to understand the processes and methods of creative problem solving that serve as the building blocks of creativity and innovation.
BUS 325: New Venture Creation
In this course, students learn the process of starting a new venture. Students gain an in-depth understanding of the framework and process by practicing techniques on the startup of the student's choice.
BUS 359: Social Entrepreneurship
This course examines the question, "How do I develop a socially focused venture?" Through case studies and projects, students learn how to start and maintain business and non-profit organizations that promote social change.
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